Roland Würschum

Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Phys. Dr.rer.nat.

20002021
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Chemical Compounds

Magnetism
Palladium
Tuning
Metals
Superparamagnetism
Hydrogenation
Kinetics
Ferromagnetism
Magnetization
Magnetic properties
Cobalt
Hydrogen
Annealing
Vacancies
Electrochemical cells
Chemical analysis
Sorption
SQUIDs
Magnetic moments
Electric properties
Atoms
Etching
Corrosion
Heating
Reaction kinetics
Surface states
Oxidation
Mechanical properties
Magnetoelectronics
Grain boundaries
Electrolytes
Pore size
Surface treatment
Chemical reactions
Voltage control
Transmission electron microscopy
Reaction rates
Magnetometers
Precipitates
Temperature
Acoustic impedance
Electrochemical oxidation
Ligaments
Electronic structure
Heat treatment
Solid electrolytes
Electric fields
Electrodes
Platinum
Dislocations (crystals)

Physics & Astronomy

General

dilatometry
defects
charging
extensometers
metals
crystallites
torsion
grain boundaries
ion extraction
microstructure
anisotropy
desorption
dissolving
positron annihilation
porosity
precipitation hardening
interference
copper alloys
nickel alloys
ternary alloys
plastic deformation
binary alloys
solutes
indication
magnetometers
diffusivity
magnetic measurement
activation
chemical composition

Engineering

electrodes
residual stress
electric batteries
magnetic properties
cold rolling
annealing
electrochemical cells
magnetic moments
life (durability)
magnetic permeability
cathodes
surface treatment

Chemistry and Materials

palladium
hydrogenation
hydrides
hydrogen
metal hydrides
plastic properties

Physics

strain rate
neutron diffraction
positrons

Engineering & Materials Science

Superparamagnetism
Kinetics
Magnetism
Vacancies
Sorption
Annealing
Heating
Hydrogen
Magnetoelectronics
Grain boundaries
Chemical analysis
Reaction kinetics
Voltage control
Reaction rates
Precipitates
Magnetization
Tuning
Heat treatment
Electric fields
Transmission electron microscopy
Dislocations (crystals)
Crystallites
Torsional stress
Temperature
Scanning electron microscopy
Experiments