Vapour Growth and Epitaxy. Proceedings of the Third by G.W. Cullen, E. Kaldis and R.L. Parker (Eds.)

By G.W. Cullen, E. Kaldis and R.L. Parker (Eds.)

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Cd r- CQ Tf G °^ NUC/2 C TJ G2 CO 33 34 MeAl3Cl12,with H. Schäfer / Complexes in vapour phase and their implications for vapour growth In 2 UCl 10 , Tl2ThCl6, observed [13,14]. In these reactions, the solid phase is transported in the direction of the arrow, and is deposited as well formed crystals [14]: T1U2C19, Beln2Cl8; Me = Nd,Cr(Rh). It follows from the measurements of Dewing [6] and Papatheodorou [9] that AH® « 10 kcal and AS** ~ ~ 10 cal/deg mol for eq. (5), with striking regularity [16]: MeCl2(s) + A12C16 (g) = MeAl2Cl8 (g).

Estimates of the effects of these gravity perturbations in terms of buoyancy, pressure waves and shear between the trans­ port ampoule and gas phase indicate that their con­ tributions to the mass transport rates in micro-gravity are negligible. In view of the highly unexpected transport rates observed in space, continued theoretical and experi­ mental studies are in progress in order to explain these unusual transport phenomena. 3. 1. Optical microscopy A'comparison of representative GeTe crystals ob­ tained in space (SL3, C) and on earth shows the im- vv Fig.

Introduction 2. Experimental technique There are well-known experimental studies on the synthesis of diamond in the thermodynamic stability region under superhigh pressure and at high tempera­ tures. The research in the diamond synthesis within the region of its thermodynamic metastability [1—4] began to develop practically simultaneously. The layers of synthetic diamond are usually grown on the natural diamond single crystals by thermal de­ composition of carbonaceous gases at pressures near to and lower than atmospheric pressure.

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