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Rakesh M. Shedam, Ashok B. Gadkari, Shridhar N Mathad, Mahadev R. Shedam
Published: 1 October 2016
Journal of Modern Materials, Volume 2, pp 7-12; doi:10.21467/jmm.2.1.7-12

Abstract:This report presents the synthesis of cadmium ferrite (CdFe2O4) by Oxalate co-precipitation and its subsequent characterization by using X-ray diffraction (XRD) and Fourier transform Infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) techniques. XRD results confirm the single cubic spinel phase formation with lattice parameter 8.7561Ao. An infrared spectroscopy study shows the presence of main two absorption bands indicating the presence of tetrahedral and octahedral group complexes, respectively, within the spinel lattice. We also report strain, hopping length (LA and LB) and dislocation density of ferrite sample.
Mohammad Kheare Abu Shayeb
Published: 1 October 2016
Journal of Modern Materials, Volume 2, pp 2-6; doi:10.21467/jmm.2.1.2-6

Abstract:The experimental distributions for Heavy ion interaction, Au+Au, Pb+Au, Pb+Pb have been fitted to polynomial fit of 4th order to look at minor differences in multiplicity distributions for different targets at heavy ion collisions experiment. The multiplicity distributions found similar; except for small differences which may be of statistical in nature. This analysis supports the hypothesis that geometrical aspects play a dominant role in particle production in heavy ion interactions.
Adam Bahishti
Published: 1 April 2016
Int. J. Mater., Volume 1, pp 1-2; doi:10.21467/ijm.1.1.2016.29

Venkateshwarlu Sarangi, Srinivas Gandla
Published: 11 December 2016
Journal of Modern Materials, Volume 3, pp 14-23; doi:10.21467/jmm.3.1.14-23

Abstract:We report combustion synthesis of polycrystalline Aluminium doped zinc oxide (AZO) at low temperature for next generation low cost, flexible thin film transistor (TFT) application. Solution processed AZO thin film has been characterized by X ray diffraction and atomic force microscopy to confirm crystallinity. In this research work TFT with solution processed AZO as channel layer has been fabricated on both rigid and flexible substrate which exhibits excellent electrical stability and improved field effect mobility of 1.2 cm2V-1S-1, threshold voltage of 15 V and on-off ratio of 106as compared to pure ZnO based TFT. All the measurements have been carried out with varying Al concentration. Moreover, variation in defect density of AZO with Al concentration which essentially causes significant change in TFT’s performance is demonstrated by chemical composition and bonding state analysis using XPS. Our results suggest that low temperature solution processed AZO TFTs have a potential for low cost, flexible and transparent electronic applications.
Abdelkadir Belhadj, Abdelkrim Boukhalfa, Sid Ahmed Belalia
Published: 4 December 2016
Journal of Modern Materials, Volume 3, pp 9-13; doi:10.21467/jmm.3.1.9-13

Abstract:This manuscript investigates the bending vibration dynamic of a single walled carbon nanotube (SWCNT) based on the theory of non-local elasticity. Fundamental natural frequencies and mode shapes of the SWCNT are computed by using a semi-analytical procedure called differential quadrature method (DQM), which gives accurate results in reference with the exact solution.
Adam A. Bahishti
Published: 31 October 2016
Journal of Modern Materials, Volume 2, pp 1-1; doi:10.21467/jmm.2.1.1.1-1.2

Abstract:The quality of an article is a critical parameter for the success of any scholarly journal, and the Journal of Modern Materials (JMM) is no exception. Peer review process presents a barrier prior to publication which acts as a quality control filter in science. Typically, the journal editor assigns submitted paper to two or more qualified peers – recognized experts in the relevant field. The reviewers will then submit detailed criticism of the paper along with a recommendation to reject, accept with major revisions, accept with minor revisions, or accept as it is. The quality and consistency of peer review will be the key success for the Journal of Modern Materials.
Osama A. S. Alkishriwo, Ali A Elghariani, Aydin Akan
Proceedings of First Conference for Engineering Sciences and Technology: Vol. 1; doi:10.21467/proceedings.2.10

Osama A. S. Alkishriwo
Proceedings of First Conference for Engineering Sciences and Technology: Vol. 1; doi:10.21467/proceedings.2.9

Aya H. S. Abdelgader, Raneem A. AbouGhalia, Osama A. S. Alkishriwo
Proceedings of First Conference for Engineering Sciences and Technology: Vol. 1; doi:10.21467/proceedings.2.16

Journal of Modeling and Simulation of Materials; doi:10.21467/jmsm

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