Crystalline Oxide Solid Solutions in Oxygen Potential Gradients

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Schmalzried, H.; Laqua, W.; Lin, P.L.: Crystalline Oxide Solid Solutions in Oxygen Potential Gradients. In: Zeitschrift für Naturforschung - Section A Journal of Physical Sciences 24 (1979), Nr. 2, S. 192-199. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/zna-1979-0211

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The steady state demixing of an initially homogeneous oxide solid solution (A, B)O in an oxygen potential field is studied theoretically and experimentally. In case that DA > Db ≫ D0, the crystal is shifted with respect to the oxide lattice system toward the higher oxygen potential and is enriched in A at the side of the higher oxygen potential, while the transport of oxygen in the crystal is negligible. A numerical solution of the transport problem is presented, and the predicted effect is verified experimentally. © 1979, Walter de Gruyter. All rights reserved.
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Issue Date: 1979
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