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B.B.V.S. Vara Prasad, K.V. Ramesh and A. Srinivas

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Co–Zn nanocrystalline ferrites with chemical composition Co0:5Zn0:5Fe2O4 were synthesized by sol-gel and combustion methods. The sol-gel method was carried out in two ways, i.e. based on chelating agents PVA and PEG of high and low molecular weights. In auto-combustion method, the ratio of citric acid to metal nitrate was taken as 1:1, while in sol-gel method the chelating agents were taken based on oxygen balance. All the three samples were studied by thermogravimetric and differential thermal analysis for the identification of phase formation and ferritization temperature. The synthesized samples were characterized by powder X-ray diffraction and FT-IR spectroscopy without any thermal treatment. The measured lattice constants and observed characteristic IR absorption bands of the three samples are in good agreement with the reported values showing the formation of a cubic spinel structure. The crystallite sizes of all samples were determined using high intensity peaks and W-H plot. Size-Strain Plot method was also implemented since two of the samples showed low crystallite sizes. The least crystallite size (5.5 nm) was observed for the sample CZVP while the highest (23.8 nm) was observed for the sample CZCA. Cation distribution was proposed based on calculated and observed intensity ratios of selected planes from X ray diffraction data. All structural parameters were presented using experimental lattice constant and oxygen positional parameter, and they correlated with FT-IR results. Magnetic measurements were carried out using vibrating sample magnetometer at room temperature to obtain the characteristic parameters such as saturation magnetization, coercivity, remanence, squareness ratio and Bohr magnetons. Among all, the sample synthesized via citric acid autocombustion method displayed a remarkably higher magnetization of 53 emu/g and the remaining two samples displayed low magnetization values owing to their smaller crystallite sizes.

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B.B.V.S. Vara Prasad, B. Rajesh Babu and M. Siva Ram Prasad

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Polycrystalline ferrites having the chemical formula Ni0.65−xZn0.35MgxFe2O4 (0 ⩽ x ⩽ 0.2) were prepared by solid state reaction route in steps of x = 0.04. The effect of incorporation of diamagnetic divalent magnesium at expense of nickel on the structural properties of these ferrites has been studied. The proposed cation distribution was derived from theoretical X-ray diffraction intensity calculations. These intensity calculations were done by varying the concentration of magnesium ions over two sites in the lattice. For a certain amount of magnesium concentration, the calculated and observed X-ray diffraction intensities were found to be in good agreement. Site occupancy of divalent diamagnetic magnesium was established from this cation distribution. The octahedral environment facilitates magnesium to enter the B-site at about 95 % and the remaining 5 % occupy tetrahedral sites (A-sites). The movements of cations between tetrahedral and octahedral sites as a result of magnesium substitution were discussed in the view of structural parameters, such as tetrahedral and octahedral bond lengths, cation-cation and cation-anion distances, bond angles and hopping lengths, which were calculated using experimental lattice constants and oxygen parameters. All structural parameters showed slight deviations from ideal values. Among all magnesium substituted samples, the ones with x = 0.12 exhibited insignificant variation in view of structural properties. Dielectric measurements were conducted at a standard frequency of 1 kHz. Large values of the recorded dielectric constants displayed typical characteristics of bulk ferrites. Both dielectric constant and loss values showed mixed variations, attributed to the loss of zinc ions during the sintering process.

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Talat Zeeshan, Safia Anjum, Hina Iqbal and Rehana Zia

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Roxana Mihaela Ciopașiu, Elena Florina Berbece, Mariana Ioniță and Ioan Liviu Mitrea

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Grażyna Porębska and Apolonia Ostrowska

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Ilona Jastrzębska, Jacek Szczerba, Paweł Stoch, Artur Błachowski, Krzysztof Ruebenbauer, Ryszard Prorok and Edyta Śnieżek

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Igor Stríček, Vladimír Šucha, Peter Uhlík, Jana Madejová and Igor Galko

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F. Mostaghni and Y. Abed

to quantify this probability we need the density of states (DOS) within the semiconductor as a function of electron energy. The density of states combined with the probability distribution of states at a particular energy to be occupied provide the overall density of charge carriers as a function of energy [ 31 ]. Therefore, the understanding of detailed electronic structure of semiconductors has been a challenging problem in electronics. Unfortunately, measurements of structure and electronic properties of crystals require a specified laboratory, as well as

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Primoz Petric, Robert Hudej, Noora Al-Hammadi and Barbara Segedin

control over dose distribution in the tissues and personalized adaptation of treatment according to individual tumour size, topography and relation to the organs at risk (OAR). Consequently, dose escalation to the target volume is achieved, while respecting OAR dose constraints. Dosimetric advantages of IGABT over conventional 2D BT are well documented and are reflected in superior clinical outcomes. 7 - 16 Even with the most sophisticated treatment planning technology, optimal placement of source channels in the target volume remains a precondition for the success of

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Lukasz Steczek, Jerzy Narbutt, Marie-Christine Charbonnel and Philippe Moisy

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