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Monocrystalline Sii-x Gex Solid Solutions of Physical and Mechanical Properties

By Commander, Ia

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Title: Monocrystalline Sii-x Gex Solid Solutions of Physical and Mechanical Properties  
Author: Commander, Ia
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Language: Georgian
Subject: Georgian, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering
Collections: National Library of Georgia
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2008
Publisher: Library of Georgia

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Table of Contents
TOC: List of tables; the List of Images; Introduction; 1. Literature Review; 1.1. Dislocations in the Diamond-Type Structure; 1.2. Dislocation Structure of Monocrystalline Si-Ge Alloys; 1.3. the Massive Structure of the Si-Ge Alloys Real; 1.4. Si-Ge Alloys Massive Mechanical Properties; 1.5. Power Carriers Mobility Si-Ge Alloys; 1.6. Dislocation internal Friction Characteristics of Doped Silicon; 2. Results and Discussion; 2.1. Si-Ge Alloys and Research Methods; 2.1.1. Chokhralskis Method of Making Crystals; 2.1.2. Microstructure Research Methods; 2.1.3. Electrophysical Characteristics of Measurement Methods; 2.1.4. Micro-Determination; 2.1.5. internal Friction and Shear Modulus Measurement Method; 2.2. Monocrystalline Si-Ge Alloys Structure and Physico-Mechanical Properties; 2.2.1. Monocrystalline Alloys Microstructure; 2.2.2. Electrophysical Properties of Monocrystalline Si-Ge Alloys; 2.2.3. Monocrystalline Si and Si-Ge Alloys Micro; 2.3. Monocrystalline Si-Ge Alloys inelastic Properties; 2.3.1. Monocrystalline Si-Ge Alloys Temperature Spectra of internal Friction and Shear Modulus; 2.3.2. Boron-Doped Monocrystalline Si-Ge Alloys internal Friction and Shear Modulus Temperature Spectra of [125-128]; 2.3.3. Arsenic-Doped Monocrystalline Si-Ge Alloys internal Friction and Shear Modulus Temperature Spectra of [129-131]; 2.3.4. Monocrystalline Si-Ge Alloys internal Friction Relaxation Mechanisms; 2.3.5. Monocrystalline Si-Ge Alloys Amplitude Dependence of internal Friction and Shear Modulus; Conclusion; A List of Published Works; the References Should Be.

 

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