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By Michael Nastasi, James Mayer, James K. Hirvonen

Sleek expertise is dependent upon fabrics with accurately managed homes. Ion beams are an outstanding technique to in attaining managed amendment of floor and near-surface areas. In each built-in circuit construction line, for instance, there are ion implantation structures. as well as built-in circuit expertise, ion beams can adjust the mechanical, tribological, and chemical houses of steel, intermetallic, and ceramic fabrics with out changing their bulk homes. Ion-solid interactions are the basis that underlies the extensive program of ion beams to the amendment of fabrics. this article covers the basics and purposes of ion-solid interactions, and is geared toward graduate scholars and researchers attracted to digital units, floor engineering, reactor and nuclear engineering, and fabrics technological know-how concerns linked to metastable part synthesis.

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Let the angle coordinate of S 1 depend linearly on time: Φ = ωt. gtt component √ of metric becomes 1 − R2 ω 2 so that the light velocity is reduced to v0 /c = 1 − R2 ω 2 . No gravitational field is present. The fact that M 4 Planck constant na ¯ h0 defines the scaling factor n2a of CP2 metric could explain why dark matter resides around strongly warped imbeddings of M 4 . The quantization of the scaling factor of CP2 by R2 → n2a R2 implies that the initial small warping in the time direction given by gtt = 1 − , = R2 ω 2 , will be amplified to gtt = 1 − n2a if ω is not affected in the transition to dark matter phase.

X = ( ni (2) si Here a given Fermat prime Fsi can appear only once. 89} and their inverses. The tables summarizing the resulting fit using both X = 1 and value giving optimal fit are given in the Appendix. The deviations are typically few per cent and one must also take into account the fact that the masses of stars are deduced theoretically using the spectral data from star models. I am not able to form an opinion about the real error bars related to the masses. 3 A more detailed model for planetary system The Bohr orbit model for planetary system leads to the idea that the evolution of planetary system could be understood in terms of dark matter.

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