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Fabrication and electrochemical properties of polymer bilayered membranes.

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Fabrication and examination of oxidation resistance of zinc coated copper and brass components by chemical deposition.

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SFEN The structure and the oxidation resistance of Zn deposited Cu and brass metallic components are examined. The deposition was accomplished with pack cementation chemical deposition. The examination of the samples was performed with electron microscopy and X-ray diffraction analysis. It was found that coatings on Cu substrate consist of two layers with different Zn concentrations, while coatings on brass were single layered with almost constant Zn concentration. The presence of distinct Zn-Cu phases was revealed in both cases. The subjection of the as coated samples together with the uncoated substrates in air at 400°C showed that both Zn coated samples have enhanced resistivity in such atmospheres, as most of the coating remained mostly unoxidised, and the substrates were fully protected. On the contrary, the bare substrates appear to have undergone severe damage as brittle oxides were formed on their surface.

Fabrication and formation of bioactive anodic zirconium oxide nanotubes containing presynthesized hydroxyapatite via alternative immersion method.

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Hydroxyapatite (HA) coating has been widely applied on metallic biomedical implants to enhance their biocompatibility. It has been reported that HA coating can be formed on annealed zirconium with anodic zirconium oxide nanotubular arrays after immersion in simulated biological fluid (SBF) for about 14 days. Here, an alternative immersion method (AIM) is used to form presynthesized HA on ZrO2 nanotubes. The AIM-treated specimen was then moved to the SBF to evaluate the capability for the formation of HA on it. The HA coating formed after only 2 days immersion and thickened after 5 days in the SBF. The HA coating is the carbonated HA with a ratio of Ca to P of about 1.4, similar to the physiological HA containing other minor elements such as Mg and Na. The results demonstrate that the AIM treatment is indeed suitable for the zirconium oxide nanotubes and highly accelerates the formation of HA coating in comparison with the existing methods, i.e. the annealing of the as-formed zirconium oxide nanotubular arrays.

Fabrication and Functionalization of Bio-Surface - Development of High Performance DNA Sensors.

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Fabrication and Functionalization of Bio-Surface - Development of High Performance DNA Sensors.

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Fabrication and high temperature oxidation resistance of ZrO2/Al2O3 micro-laminated coatings on stainless steel.

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MCP Cathodic electrodeposition (electrophoresis) followed by heating.

Fabrication and high-temperature corrosion of sol-gel Mn/Co oxide spinel coating on AISI 430.

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SURF MnCo oxide spinels have received recent interest as surface coatings on ferritic stainless steel (FSS) interconnects in solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) stacks, where they provide relatively stable electrical conductivity and reduced Cr volatility compared to uncoated FSS interconnects. In this study, sol-gel deposited MnCo surface coatings on FSS, with post-deposition treatments, were investigated in laboratory air at up to 750 °C for up to 750 h. The protective coating formed and evolved isomorphic crystallites, (Mn,Co,Fe,Cr)3O4, following fifteen (15) fifty hour (50 h) cycles in air up to 750 °C. Relative to the surface oxide on the uncoated FSS, the coating was dense, crack-free and exhibited substantially lower area specific resistance (ASR). Coating preparation and behaviors during oxidizing exposures are presented and discussed in context of developing improved SOFC material systems.

Fabrication and microstructural characterization of nano-structured WC/Co coatings.

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SURF In the present investigation, the microstructure of nano tungsten carbide/cobalt (WC/Co) coating layers fabricated by detonation-gun spraying has been studied. Phase identification and three-dimensional distribution of constituent elements have been accomplished by using an ultra high-resolution transmission electron microscope (TEM) and a three-dimensional atom probe tomography (3D-APT), respectively. The microstructures of WC/Co coating layer containing superfine carbides were observed in various forms, i.e., unmelted, partially melted and fully melted regions. TEM and APT results revealed that the WC phase has been decomposed into crystalline W2C, W and complex amorphous phases during high temperature detonation spraying and rapid quenching process.

Fabrication and microstructure characterization of selective laser-melted FeAl intermetallic parts.

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Fabrication and oxidation behavior of Cr2AlC coating on Ti6242 alloy.

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Fabrication and performance evaluation of PAA/TiO2 self-assembled multilayers.

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SFEN titanium dioxide and polyacrylic acid. Contact angle measurement.

Fabrication and properties of alumina and aluminium nitride coatings for fusion reactor blanket by sputtering method

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SURF Insulating ceramic coatings are important in fusion reactor liquid metal blanket R&D. Alumina and AlN are candidate materials for ceramic coatings because of high elec. resistivity and high thermodynamic stability. Alumina and AlN coatings were fabricated by RF sputtering method, and properties investigated. Prepared alumina coatings seemed to be amorphous, and had high elec. resistivity with high density comparable with theoretical density. Prepared AlN coatings had remarkably low electrical resistivity because they presumably had non-stoichiometry (AlN(1-x)).

Fabrication and Properties of Carbon-Fiber/Metal Composites.

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Carbon fiber/metal composites can be fabricated by four different techniques: (a) coating processes with metal followed by hot compaction; (b) electroforming techniques; (c) hot working of mixed metal powders and chopped carbon fibers; (d) liquid metal infiltration techniques. Carbon fiber/copper composites produced electroplating with copper followed by hot pressing gave good results. Chopped carbon fibers/aluminium composites produced by extrusion and lead-tin-alloy/carbon fiber composites produced by electroplating followed by hot pressing also had good properties. Of the other routes, only powder mixing followed by extrusion showed promise. The greatest problems rose in the compaction stage where damage to the fibers was difficult to avoid.

Fabrication and Properties of Carbon-Fiber/Metal Composites.

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Review of different methods incl. electroforming, liquid metal infiltration (impregnation). mixed metal-powder etc. 11 refs

Fabrication and Properties of DC Magnetron Sputtered Indium Tin Oxide on Flexible Plastic Substrate.

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JMST Indium tin oxide (ITO) thin films deposited on flexible polyethylene terephthalate (PET) substrates at low temperature by DC magnetron sputtering from an In-Sn (90{10 wt pct) alloy target were studied. The correla`tion between deposition conditions and ITO property was systematically investigated and characterized. These as-deposited ITO films were used as the anode contact for flexible organic light-emitting diodes (FOLEDs). The fabricated FOLEDs with a structure of PET/ITO/NPB (50 nm)/Alq (20 nm)/Mg:Ag (100 nm) showed a maximum luminance of 2125 cd/m2 at 13 V.