Laser doping of chromium as a double acceptor in silicon carbide with reduced crystalline damage and nearly all dopants in activated state

Chromium, a p-type dopant, has been incorporated into silicon carbide by laser doping. Secondary ion mass spectrometric data revealed enhanced solid solubility (2.29 × 1019 cm?3 in 6H–SiC and 1.42 × 1919 cm?3 in 4H–SiC), exceeding the equilibrium limit (3… Read moreLaser doping of chromium as a double acceptor in silicon carbide with reduced crystalline damage and nearly all dopants in activated state

Low temperature, pressure-assisted sintering of nanoparticulate silver films

The laser ablation of microparticle aerosol (LAMA) process was used to direct-write nanostructured, patterned films of silver with thicknesses in the range 20–200 ?m at room temperature. A critical difference between the LAMA process and conventional processes for depositing patterned,… Read moreLow temperature, pressure-assisted sintering of nanoparticulate silver films

Leaves in turbidite sands: The main source of oil and gas in the deep-water Kutei Basin, Indonesia: Reply

We are glad that Shanmugan has taken time to read and think about our recent article in the AAPG Bulletin. However, the discussion that he has written seems more oriented toward presenting his own sedimentologic ideas than debating whether leaves… Read moreLeaves in turbidite sands: The main source of oil and gas in the deep-water Kutei Basin, Indonesia: Reply

Leaves in turbidite sands:The main source of oil and gas in the deep-water Kutei Basin,Indonesia:Reply

We are glad that Shanmugan has taken time to read and think about our recent article in the AAPG Bulletin. However, the discussion that he has written seems more oriented toward presenting his own sedimentologic ideas than debating whether leaves… Read moreLeaves in turbidite sands:The main source of oil and gas in the deep-water Kutei Basin,Indonesia:Reply

Leaves in turbidite sands: The main source of oil and gas in the deep-water Kutei Basin,Indonesia:Discussion

Sailer et al. (2006) have concluded that leaves in the upper Miocene turbidite sands were the main source of oil and gas in the deep-water Kutei Basin, East Kalimantan (Borneo), Indonesia. They have reported that oils from the Kutei Basin… Read moreLeaves in turbidite sands: The main source of oil and gas in the deep-water Kutei Basin,Indonesia:Discussion