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On the advancement of core/shell titanium dioxide nanomaterials for microwave absorption
Controlling the interactions between incident electromagnetic energy and matter is of critical importance for many civil and military applications, such as photocatalysis, solar cells, optics, radar detection, communications, ...
Uranium Oxides for Solid-State Direct-Conversion Neutron Detection
to achieve absorption probabilities of a few percentages: 1.5–4% for 10 MeV neutrons for natural uranium oxides, ∼2% for 1 MeV neutrons for ²³⁵U-based uranium oxides, and 7–9% for thermal neutrons for natural uranium oxides, assuming each detector is 1 cm...