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Data relating to the migration of host and foreign species through a material due to a variety of gradients such as electrical, chemical, thermal and mechanical, which provide the driving forces for diffusion. [Based on: "Definitions of Terms for Diffusion in the Solid State" Pure Appl. Chem., Vol. 71, No. 7, pp. 1307–1325, 1999. (IUPAC Recommendations 1999)]

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  • Rothman, S. J.; Peterson, N. L.; Nowick, L. J.; Robinson, L. C. (2014-02-16)
  • Demond, F. J.; Kalbitzer, S.; Mannsperger, H.; Damjantschitsch, H. (2014-02-10)
    By using ion implantation for preparation and p, γ-reactions for analysis of 30Si profiles the Si self-diffusion has been studied in the temperature range of 830–1200°C. The results reveal unambiguously that the diffusion ...
  • Volin, T. E.; Balluffi, R. W. (2014-01-20)
    The annealing kinetics of voids in 99.9999 wt% pure aluminum were studied over the temperature range 85 to 209 °C in thin specimens by transmission electron microscopy. The isothermal shrinkage of individual voids was ...
  • Burke, J.; Ramachandran, T. R. (2014-01-20)
    Values of the self-diffusivity of pure aluminum in the temperature range 130∮ to 200° have been determined by measuring the rate of annealing of prismatic and faulted dislocation loops in thin foils of quenched 99.999 pct ...
  • Messer, R.; Dais, S.; Wolf, D. (2014-01-19)
  • Beyeler, M.; Adda, Y. (2014-01-19)
    Self-diffusion of gold, copper and aluminium has been investigated for single crystals treated under pressures of 0 to 10 kbars in a temperature range of 700 °C to 990 °C for copper and gold and 400-610 °C for aluminium. ...
  • Rowland, T. J.; Fradin, F. Y. (2013-10-01)
    Using a radio‐frequency field pulse technique which enables measurement of slow atomic diffusion by means of nuclear magnetic resonance we have obtained, for nominally 6–9's pure Al, an activation energy for self‐diffusion ...
  • Lundy, T. S.; Murdock, J. F. (2013-10-01)
    Diffusion coefficients of Al^26 and Mn^54 in aluminum have been determined between 450° and 650°C. Low specific activities of the isotopes necessitated use of a thick layer technique. The exact solution to Fick's second ...
  • Stoebe, T. G.; Gulliver, R. D.; Ogurtani, T. O.; Huggins, R. A. (2013-09-30)
    Motions1 narrowing of nuclear magnetic resonance lines is used to study self diffusion of aluminum in high purity aluminum and in solid solution alloys of aluminum with zinc. magnesium and copper. Diffusion parameters are ...
  • Pavlinov, L. V.; Gladyshev, A. M.; Bykov, V. N. (2013-08-29)
    It is found that the parameters of self-diffusion and carbon diffusion in calcium are in good agreement with the general regularities for self-diffusion in pure metals and interstitial impurity diffusion in metals with a ...
  • Shewmon, P. G.; Rhines, F. N. (2013-08-09)
    The determination of the self-diffusion coefficient of magnesium has been made possible recently by discovery of a radioactive isotope, Mg-28 having a half-life of 21.3 hr, and subject to manufacture in useful quantity.
  • Combronde, J.; Brebec, G. (2013-08-09)
    The self-diffusion of magnesium along the c-axis and perpendicular to it has been investigated in the temperature range from 500 to 630 C.
  • Paxton, H. W.; Gondolf, E. G. (2013-07-08)
    Measurement of the radioactivity of the surface reduced by partial diffusion of the radioactive chromium as well a measurement of the radioactivity after gradual working off of thin surface films, after coating radioactive ...
  • Askill, J.; Tomlin, D. H. (2013-07-08)
    Self-diffusion measurements have been made in the temperature range 1000 degrees c to 1550 degrees c in order to resolve some uncertainties arising from previously published data from several separate investigations covering ...
  • Askill, J. (2013-07-08)
    Self diffusion of Cr-51 in pure chromium, Cr +20 wt% Ni, Cr +44wt% Ni, and Cr +65%wt Ni has been measured over the temperature ranges of 1000 to 1900, 1000 to 1525, and 900 to 1350 degrees C, respectively.