Size effects during phase transformations in nanoobjects
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The joint influence of size effects connected with physicochemical processes both on the surface of nanoobjects and in their volume on the phase transformations taking place in them has been investigated theoretically. The joint manifestation of the surface and volume size effects has been analyzed using as an example the growth of silicon nanowhiskers.
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