interdiffusion


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interdiffusion

(ˌɪntədɪˈfjuːʒən)
n
mutual diffusion of fluids
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Coalescents are organic solvents that temporarily decrease the [T.sub.g] of the polymers to favor the interdiffusion of polymeric chains from one particle to another.
It is stated that interfacial strength is at its maximum, if molecular interdiffusion is equal or exceeds one radius of gyration [10].
Analogous procedure is used in a case of the Onsager phenomenological equations, where the fluxes are coupled by interdiffusion coefficients [D.sub.i]([c.sub.1], ..., [c.sub.s-1]) for i = 1, ..., s.
There is also evidence that the interdiffusion within the metallurgical bond during heat treatment is sensitive to the size and shape of the casting.
In addition to the cell structural integrity, interdiffusion of elements among all layers needs to be avoided.
Interdiffusion Coefficient for Al in [beta]-Ti at near Solidus Temperature.
The influence of various conditioner agents on the interdiffusion zone and microleakage of a glass lonomer cement with a high viscosity in primary teeth.
To understand deeply the reaction of these two coefficients in a rotating nanofluid layer with internal heat source and feedback controller, we considered the interdiffusion parameter in the system.
As well, the difference in concentrations of the two quasicrystalline materials to be balanced by interdiffusion in a transitional region, thereby forming to-one quaternary alloy AlCo (Cu, Ni) of the crystal in a narrow region.
The resistivity of ordered CuAul thin films deposited by thermal interdiffusion has been reported with slight changes with decreasing film thickness [20].
Miyano, "Hysteresis-free and highly stable perovskite solar cells produced via a chlorine-mediated interdiffusion method," Journal of Materials Chemistry A, vol.
In the sequence, the QD3 suspension was heated for 1 h at 100 [+ or -] 5[degrees]C to allow interdiffusion of [Zn.sup.2+] ions from shell into the core and annealing, leading to the formation of AgIn[S.sub.2]-ZnS alloys (QD4).