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By breaking the P–P (or As–As) bonds and forming a liquid-like surface solution, the coefficient of evaporation was strongly increased . Schäfer et al. have extended such work using gaseous halogens and halides, such as iodine, AlCl3, GaCl3, and their dimmers, which, by forming surface subhalides, strongly increased the surface diffusion of a variety of solids [144–148]. Many similar observations have been done by earlier chemists under the term “mineralization” without deeper insight into the details at that time (see a brief summary of the older literature in ).
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Obviously, the low level of impurities needs to be strictly controlled if a meaningful contribution to the further progress of the field of super- and ultrahard nanocomposites is to be made. 1 of Tabor, which is appropriate for metals. 41, which is well within the range expected for covalent materials [120,121]. 10, which shows the dependence of the ratio of hardness to uniaxial yield strength, H/Y, on the value of the pressure enhancement of elastic moduli, B′ for superhard nanocomposites with hardness of 80–90 GPa (stars, Y = 37 GPa) and about 143 GPa (squares, Y = 50 GPa) and for polymeric material that has been modeled by Cheng and Cheng shown as triangles .