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  • Design of a Metal Hydride

    Castrillo, L.; Romero, L.; Rupérez, M.; Correas, L. (2010)

    Die chemischen Grundlagen des Hydrolyseverfahrens zur Herstellung spärischer Kernbrennstoffteilchen

    Förthmann, R. (1973)
    The preparation of UO$_{2}$ microspheres by the Hydrolysis Process is based on the solidification of droplets of a concentrated uranyl " nitrate solution in hot oil. The uranyl nitrate is complexed by urea and partly hydrolized by adding solid hexamethylentetramine. The temperature depending solidification reaction of the metastable solution is a continuous polymerisation of [(U0$_{2}$ (OH)$_{2}$)$_{n}$ UO$_{2}$]$^{2+}$ ions forming kolloidal UO$_{2}$(OH)$_{2}$. The crystallite size of the ...

    On the determination of the diffusion constants of H$_{2}$O, phenyls, ZRh$_{1,26}$, and D$_{2}$O by neutron single scattering experiments : Preprint

    Springer, T.; Hofmeyr, C.; Kornbichler, S.; Lemmel, H. D. (1964)
    The average thermal diffusion constant is usually determined by integral methods, i.e. by investigating the relaxation of the neutron density in time or in space. In this paper a different approach is described. From measurements of the differential sca ttering cross-section dE ($\theta$) /d$\Omega$ for various neutron energies E and sample temperatures T$_{m}$, the average cosine of the scattering angle $\overline{\mu}$, the diffusion constant D(E,T$_{m}$), and its thermal average $_{Tm}$ w...

    Local Interfacial Migration of Clay Particles within an Oil Droplet in an Aqueous Environment

    Kang, Kyongok; Hong, J. S.; Dhont, Jan K.G. (2014)
    We discuss the interfacial migration due to Marangoni forces of clay particles within an oil droplet that is immersed in water, which is relevant for the formation kinetics of Pickering emulsions. Hydrophilic (MMT) and hydrophobic (OMT) clays are studied, where the hydrophilic clay particles adsorb in the oil–water interface, contrary to the hydrophobic clays. The feasibility of an “image–time correlation technique” is discussed, in order to probe the local interfacial migration velocities of...

    Beam-target interaction and intrabeam scattering in the HESR ring : emittance, momentum resolution and luminosity

    Hinterberger, Frank (2006)
    The beam-target interaction is studied with respect to the transverse and longitudinal emittance growth of the HESR antiproton beam. The transverse emittance growth caused by the small angle Coulomb scattering can be described analytically using the differential cross section of the Coulomb interaction. Similarly, the longitudinal emittance growth caused by the energy loss of the beam can be calculated using the differential cross section of the energy-loss distribution. It is shown that part...
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