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  1. Changes induced by irradiation with 1.1 MeV protons in the transport properties and deep trap spectra of thick (>80 μm) undoped κ-Ga2O3 layers grown on sapphire are reported. Prior to irradiation, the films had a donor concentration of ∼1015 cm−3, with the two dominant donors having ionization energies of 0.25 and 0.15 eV, respectively. The main electron traps were located at Ec−0.7 eV. Deep acceptor spectra measured by capacitance-voltage profiling under illumination showed optical ionization thresholds near 2, 2.8, and 3.4 eV. The diffusion length of nonequilibrium charge carriers for ɛ-Ga2O3 was 70 ± 5 nm prior to irradiation. After irradiation with 1.1 MeV protons to a fluence of 1014 cm−2, there was total depletion of mobile charge carriers in the top 4.5 μm of the film, close to the estimated proton range. The carrier removal rate was 10–20 cm−1, a factor of 5–10 lower than in β-Ga2O3, while the concentration of deep acceptors in the lower half of the bandgap and the diffusion length showed no significant change. 
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  2. ABSTRACT

    Regulating the aqueous polymerization of acrylic acid (AA) is a major opportunity for future materials design, requiring the development of scalable, industry‐oriented procedures that afford modest molar mass and dispersity control without long reaction times and environmentally demanding conditions. To address these challenges, this report presents the rapid copolymerization of aqueous mixtures of AA and sodium acrylate using an inexpensive and scalable protocol based on alkyl iodides/sodium iodide as mediators in water. © 2019 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. J. Polym. Sci., Part A: Polym. Chem. 2019, 57, 1414–1419

     
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