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2022 ◽  
Vol 210 ◽  
pp. 114470
Pramote Thirathipviwat ◽  
Shigeo Sato ◽  
Gian Song ◽  
Jozef Bednarcik ◽  
Kornelius Nielsch ◽  

Nano Energy ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 93 ◽  
pp. 106799
Shiqi Liu ◽  
Rong Liu ◽  
Xiuxia Yang ◽  
Jun Li ◽  
Mingzi Sun ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 211 ◽  
pp. 114505
Neng-Hao Gan ◽  
Yi-Hsuan Sun ◽  
Tzu-Ching Tsao ◽  
Chia-Lin Li ◽  
Jia-Heng Liu ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 152 ◽  
pp. 106667
George Dan Miron ◽  
Dmitrii A. Kulik ◽  
Yiru Yan ◽  
Jan Tits ◽  
Barbara Lothenbach

2022 ◽  
Vol 277 ◽  
pp. 125513
M. Belarbi ◽  
M. Benyoussef ◽  
Y. Tamraoui ◽  
B. Manoun ◽  
A. Cantaluppi ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 1 (1) ◽  
pp. 41-48
Anvar Kadirmetov ◽  
Dmitrii Popov ◽  
Stepan Agarkov

The microstructure and phase composition of the coating obtained by plasma spraying of FeCoCrAlTiCuMo powder in an equiatomic ratio of components have been investigated. The results showed the possibility of creating a multicomponent single-phase solid solution by plasma spraying and the expediency of studying it.

2D Materials ◽  
2022 ◽  
Alexandre C. Foucher ◽  
Meikang Han ◽  
Christopher E. Shuck ◽  
Kathleen Maleski ◽  
Yury Gogotsi ◽  

Abstract MXenes are an emergent class of two-dimensional materials with a very wide spectrum of promising applications. The synthesis of multiple MXenes, specifically solid-solution MXenes, allows fine tuning of their properties, expands their range of applications, and leads to enhanced performance. The functionality of solid-solution MXenes is closely related to the valence state of their constituents: transition metals, oxygen, carbon, and nitrogen. However, the impact of changes in the oxidation state of elements in MXenes is not well understood. In this work, three interrelated solid-solution MXene systems (Ti2-yNbyCTx, Nb2-yVyCTx, and Ti2-yVyCTx) were investigated with scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) and electron energy-loss spectroscopy (EELS) to determine the localized valence states of metals at the nanoscale. The analysis demonstrates changes in the electronic configuration of V upon modification of the overall composition and within individual MXene flakes. These shifts of oxidation state can explain the nonlinear optical and electronic features of solid-solution MXenes. Vanadium appears to be particularly sensitive to modification of the valence state, while titanium maintains the same oxidation state in Ti-Nb and Ti-V MXenes, regardless of stoichiometry. The study also explains Nb's influential role in the previously observed electronic properties in the Nb-V and Nb-Ti systems.

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