International journal of physical sciences Impact Factor & Information
Current impact factor: 0.54
Impact Factor Rankings
|2015 Impact Factor ||Available summer 2016 |
|2010 Impact Factor ||0.54 |
|2009 Impact Factor ||0.554 |
|5-year impact ||0.60 |
|Cited half-life ||0.00 |
|Immediacy index ||0.02 |
|Eigenfactor ||0.00 |
|Article influence ||0.10 |
|ISSN ||1992-1950 |
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International journal of physical sciences 11/2015; 10(20):554-561.
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ABSTRACT: We employed density functional theory in order to study the structural, electronic, and magnetic properties of the AlxV1-xN (x =0.25, 0.50, and 0.75) compound in the wurtzite-type structure. The calculations were executed using the method based on pseudopotential, employed exactly as implemented in Quantum ESPRESSO code. For the description of the electron-electron interaction, generalized gradient approximation (GGA) was used. The analysis of the structural properties shows that the lattice constant increases with the concentration of Al atoms, but the functional relations are not linear. The electronic density studies show that the Al0.25V0.75N and Al0.50V0.50N compounds exhibit a half-metallic behavior, while Al0.75V0.25N is metallic. This compound exhibits a ferromagnetic character with a magnetic moment of 2 µβ/atom-V. The ground-state ferromagnetic behavior essentially comes from the polarization of the V-3d that crosses the Fermi level. These compounds are good candidates for potential applications in spintronics and as spin injectors.
International journal of physical sciences 09/2015; 10. DOI:10.5897/IJPS2015.4404
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ABSTRACT: The microwave propagation attenuation due to earth’s atmosphere under a clear-air condition for fade
depth of 10 dB was investigated using refractivity data calculated from weather vagaries measurement
carried out between January and December 2008. The International Telecommunication Union-
Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R) model for multipath fading for small percentage of time with link
distance of 100 km was used. The result showed that at this distance, the refractivity gradient has a
strong correlation of 0.747 with percentage of time that the fade depth was exceeded. It was also
observed that the percentage of time that the fade depth was exceeded increases with frequency until
about 1.2GHz when the result becomes unreliable.
International journal of physical sciences 06/2015; 10(11):359-363. DOI:10.5897/IJPS2015.4358
International journal of physical sciences 01/2015; 10(6):204-209.
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