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25. 4). J. Slutsker et al. 42 To demonstrate that the steady states represent equilibria, we have performed simulations of melting and solidification at uniform temperatures by solving Eqs. (19) and (21) with assumption that the thermal conductivity is infinitely large. These simulations lead to the same steady states, but are only determined by the temperature and the order parameter values at the surface and do not depend on the initial temperature. The variation of two-phase stability with changing sphere radius is presented in Figure 7.
78oC). With a boiling point of 2070oC, Ga forms an equilibrium eutectic structure below 30oC with low silicon concentration. A typical example is the gallium (Ga) and silicon (Si) system, as illustrated in Figure1 with a Ga-Si phase diagram. 8 oC and exists as a perfectly mixed liquid over a broad temperature and composition range. The eutectic phase contains only about 10 gallium atoms per million silicon atoms. Nanorods and nanowires have been obtained using a low-temperature vapor-liquid-solid synthesis method .
46 S. Guruzu, G. Xu, and H. Liang desired size, shape, and crystal structure is critically important for nanotechnology development. The motivation of this research is to investigate the doping/nucleation mechanisms of low-temperature systems through friction triggered atomic doping and nucleation. This paper reports our findings from experiments. It has been widely accepted that friction activates the surface reaction sites by bond stretching, bond breaking, and reformation [21-30]. Using an AFM, experimental evidence supports the mechanism involving mechanical stimulation-enhanced mass transport of ions to nucleation sites [31-32].