Monte Carlo Simulation of Atomic Evolutions in Equiatomic FeCo and FeCo-V Nanoalloys

Yalçın, Mahsuni
Fadaie, Amir
Mehrabov, Amdulla
Akdeniz, Mahmut Vedat


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Single-crystal diffuse scattering (SCDS) reveals detailed structural insights into materials. In particular, it is sensitive to two-body correlations, whereas traditional Bragg peak-based methods are sensitive to single-body correlations. This means that diffuse scattering is sensitive to ordering that persists for just a few unit cells: nanoscale order, sometimes referred to as “local structure”, which is often crucial for understanding a material and its function. Metals and alloys were early candidates f...
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Monte Carlo simulations were developed to elucidate the time and spatial distribution of analyte during the transport process from an electrothermal vaporizer to an inductively coupled plasma. A time-of-flight mass spectrometer was employed to collect experimental data that was compared with the simulated transient signals. Consideration was given to analyte transport as gaseous species as well as aerosol particles. In the case of aerosols, the simulation assumed formation of 5 nm particles and used the Ein...
Monte Carlo Simulation of Fe80B20 and Fe83B17 Alloys: Structure of Crystalline Phases
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Monte Carlo Analysis of Molecule Absorption Probabilities in Diffusion-Based Nanoscale Communication Systems with Multiple Receivers
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For biomedical applications of nanonetworks, employing molecular communication for information transport is advantageous over nano-electromagnetic communication: molecular communication is potentially biocompatible and inherently energy-efficient. Recently, several studies have modeled receivers in diffusion-based molecular communication systems as "perfectly monitoring" or "perfectly absorbing" spheres based on idealized descriptions of chemoreception. In this paper, we focus on perfectly absorbing receive...
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M. Yalçın, A. Fadaie, A. Mehrabov, and M. V. Akdeniz, “Monte Carlo Simulation of Atomic Evolutions in Equiatomic FeCo and FeCo-V Nanoalloys,” 2013, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: