Technical Articles

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Emerging Material Technologies (EMT, Inc.)


Emerging Material Technologies (EMT, Inc.) has published these technical articles:

(Carbides, Ceramics and Glass Materials)
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Hydrogen impurities in materials influence their properties, including flow strength. Alpha alumina single crystals and polycrystalline ceramics were annealed in supercritical water between 850 and... (View Full Article)
(Carbides, Ceramics and Glass Materials)
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Hydrogen impurities in alumina have been introduced by hydrothermal annealing (see part I). In this paper, we report on reductions in the flow strength of alpha alumina single crystals and... (View Full Article)
(Optical Components)
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Investigations of the optical characteristics of lattice defects make it possible to draw definite conclusions on both nature and structure of the defects. Absorption bands which correspond to valence... (View Full Article)
(Optical Components)
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Optical absorption over a large dynamic range obtained by two different experimental techniques is reported for an un-doped alpha alumina single crystal. Absorption data are presented in two energy... (View Full Article)
(Optical Components)
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Alumina has a variety of applications as a structural ceramic and as an optical material, for example, in sodium-vapor arc lamps and in thin-film devices. The latter applications make use of the... (View Full Article)
(Optical Components)
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Single-crystal sapphire fibers have been grown with the laser-heated pedestal-growth method with losses as low as 0.3 dB/m at 2.94 um. With the incorporation of a computer-controlled feedback system,... (View Full Article)
(Optical Components)
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On the basis of an extensive study of the optical behavior of neutron-bombarded crystalline sapphire we proposed that oxygen vacancies with one electron (F centers) and two electrons (F centers) are... (View Full Article)
(Calibration and Testing Services)
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Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is a technique that is used very widely throughout science and medicine. There are approaching 20 journals devoted exclusively to NMR and magnetic resonance imaging,... (View Full Article)

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