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The certainty of the digital photo of the fabrics utilized in electronics is an utmost vital factor for his or her potent use in perform. a number of instruments are used for the aim and one amongst them is the X-ray diffraction approach. X-ray diffraction procedure offers the finite info of the fabrics within the type of cost density photograph. cost density photo can be analyzed qualitatively and quantitatively for the kind of bonding current in solids and likewise for the degree of the costs considering determining the actual and chemical homes of the selected method. And consequently, the learn on cost density utilizing experimental X-ray diffraction info is inevitable for the higher comprehend and the software of the fabric. This monograph elaborately offers with the cost density distribution examine on a few of the ionic and fluoride solids and a few technologically vital semiconductor fabrics.

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Thus, emission or absorption of a gamma ray originating from transitions between different kind of energy levels, bear the signature of interesting physical and chemical properties of the system. But there are, however, two major obstacles in obtaining this signature: firstly the 'hyperfine' interactions between the nucleus and its environment are extremely small and secondly the recoil of the nucleus during the emission or absorption of gamma ray that prevents resonance. 26 Characterization of Advanced Materials Figure 15: Recoil of free nuclei during emission or absorption of gamma ray.

Moses Ezhil Raj et al. have deposited MIO thin films by chemical spray pyrolysis technique [42, 50, 51]. Electrodeposition It is an electrochemical process in which the anode and a cathode are immersed in a suitable electrolyte and the passage of electric current serves to deposit the material on the cathode. A variety of insulator, semiconductor and alloy films have been prepared by electrodeposition. Electroless Deposition Electroless deposition is a film deposition process in which no electrode potential is applied, unlike electrodeposition.

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