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Non-Metallic Material Science

ISSN: 2661-3301 (Online)

Vol. 3 , Iss. 1 (April 2021)


  • Allowed Spatial Transitions and Cancellation of the Richardson-Langmuir Ban

    Ordin S.V.

    Article ID: 3379
    198  (Abstract) 38  (Download)

    The ancient emission formulas of Langmuir and Richardson entered the calculations of subtle effects in semiconductor devices as basic ones. But, in the physics of semiconductor devices, these models have long played a purely decorative role, since they can describe in the most rough approximation only individual sections of the I – V characteristic. But...

  • Graph Theory and Matrix Approach (GTMA) Model for the Selection of the Femoral-Component of Total Knee Joint Replacement

    Amber Gul, Malik Naqash Mehmood, Malik Sajjad Mehmood

    Article ID: 3058
    184  (Abstract) 37  (Download)

    Total Knee Replacement (TKR) is the increasing trend now a day, in revision surgery which is associated with aseptic loosening, which is a challenging research for the TKR component. The selection of optimal material loosening can be controlled at some limits. This paper is going to consider the best material selected among a number of...

  • PVA Based Polymer Electrolyte with Layered Filler Graphite for Natural Dye Sensitized Solar Cell

    Kumari Pooja, Priyanka Chawla, Mridula Tripathi

    Article ID: 3301
    199  (Abstract) 50  (Download)

    Graphite nanopowder is synthesized by mechanical method using ball mill and used as filler in polymer electrolyte film based on Polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) for application in natural dye sensitized solar cell (DSSC). In the present work dye sensitized solar cell has been assembled using electrolyte system composed of PVA as host polymer, ethylene carbonate as...

  • Tailoring the Optical Properties of Polymers Blend Nanocomposites

    Y.K. Saraswat, Shalini Agarwal, Vibhav K. Saraswat

    Article ID: 3391
    171  (Abstract) 44  (Download)

    The presented work deals with the structural and optical properties of chemically synthesized TiO2 nanoparticles filled PC/PS blend nanocomposites. A series of PC/PS (100/0, 50/50, 0/100 wt%/wt %) -TiO2 (1, 2, 3 wt %) blend nanocomposites have been prepared by solution casting method. Prepared blend nanocomposites have been subjected to XRD, SEM and FTIR for...