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Gradov, Oleg V; Gradova, Margaret A (2019): Microwave-induced self-organization in mineral systems. II. Prussian blue (conentrated sol; 2.45 GHz; 450 W; 2 min). Erosion and reticulation. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.897647

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Abstract:
In this dataset cycle we consider a multifactor nature of the self-organization procees of soft matter dissipative microstructures from the iron-containing colloidal precursors with different particle size under microwave irradiation. The resulting structures' morphology determined by the dehydration-aggregation procees under the microwave field, as well as their phase state, chemical composition and the degree of crystallinity, are shown to be dependent on the irradiation time, the microwave field power and the particle size of the chemical "precursor".
Keyword(s):
Microwave-assisted mineral synthesis; Microwave-induced self-organization; Self-organization in mineral systems
Related to:
Gradov, Oleg V (2016): Application of the angular descriptors and radiation patterns in high frequency and microwave thermal analysis of anisotropic heterogeneous structures on a chip. Proc. RTAC-2016. — Vol. 2. — SPbPU Publisher, 396
Gradov, Oleg V (2016): In situ tunable laser diode spectroscopy of the processes and products of the microwave-induced self-organization in the soft mater active media. 2nd International Conference and Exhibition on Mesoscopic and Condensed Matter Physics (Chicago, Illinois, USA [October 26-28, 2016]). — CONFERENCESERIES.COM. — Conference Series LLC / Conference Series Ltd Chicago, Illinois, USA
Gradov, Oleg V; Gradova, Margaret A (2015): Multifactor response of the dispersed soft matter precursors under microwave-induced self-organization. Conference: PhysicA.SPb/2015 (October 2015 ). Section: Devices and materials of the THz and microwave ranges. At: Saint Petersburg, Ioffe, https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.2321.8966
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