# Central European Journal of Physics

Central European Journal of Physics > 2007 > 5 > 1 > 110-110

*Cent. Eur. J. Phys.*, Vol. 4(4), (2006), pp. 494-502. It can be also found online at: http://dx.doi.org/10.2478/s11534-006-0027-9. Unfortunately, the original version of this article contains mistakes in the numbering of its references. The reference numbers should be changed according to the following table: Page Line There is There...

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*q, t*) treated as an independent dynamic object. We apply this approach, in particular, to multi-component incompressible polymer systems (binary polymer solutions, ternary polymer...

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*y*ML) and interleaved Fe(2 ML)/V(

*y*ML)/Fe(3 ML)/V(

*y*ML) superlattice systems with spacer thicknesses, y, (4 ≤

*y*≤ 17) were investigated macro-magnetically to estimate the coupling strength and the magnetoresistance in these materials, and particularly in the antiferromagnetically coupled monolayers. The results from the magnetic and magnetoresistive measurements indicate that adding one...

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_{2}O

_{5}by IV-family elements (Si, Ge and Sn) were examined using the density function theory (DFT). Density of states (DOSs) results showed that the substituted IV-family elements act as acceptors in Sb

_{2}O

_{5}. Partial DOSs indicates that by substituting Ge(Ge

_{ Sb }) or Sn(Sn

_{ Sb }), there may be a larger contribution to the total DOSs near E

_{ F }than by substituting Si, which...

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*Phys. Rev.*Vol. B 69, (2004) art. 214203] are reinterpreted in terms of the phonon-assisted electron tunnelling model. It is shown that the experimental results, measured in the temperature range from 1.8 K to 300 K are consistent with the tunnelling rate dependence on field...

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_{40}Ni

_{41}B

_{19}after longtime loading at different annealing temperatures below the glass transition temperature have been studied using anisothermal differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and dilatometry (TMA). It has been demonstrated that structural relaxation effects depend on the stress-annealing temperature of the...

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^{57}Fe isotope-enriched iron phthalocyanine has been synthesized and studied by the Mössbauer spectroscopic method. The samples were investigated in the temperature range 100–350 K. Some peculiarities in atomic and molecular electronic structure fluctuations were observed. The intermediate Fe oxidation states are observed and it has been found that the rate of charge redistribution is temperature-dependent...

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