## What is/are Mixing Thermodynamics?

Mixing Thermodynamics - The mixing thermodynamics of the antifluorite-structured Mg2Si 1 − x Ge x is investigated using the first-principles calculations.^{[1]}This study focused on the dependence of the relaxation dispersion on the mixing thermodynamics by determining the non-exponential exponent β, and its composition dependence.

^{[2]}So, appropriate equipment designs are conditioned by sufficient information on mixing thermodynamics.

^{[3]}The spin-orbit coupling effect, induced mainly by W atoms, is found to have a minimal impact on the mixing thermodynamics of Mo and W atoms in monolayer 2H-Mo1-xWxS2; however, it significantly induces change in the electronic bandgap of the monolayer solid solution.

^{[4]}We investigate the process using continuum-mechanics simulations, considering the combined effects of viscous flow, thermal diffusivity, and the mixing thermodynamics of water and protein.

^{[5]}The mixing thermodynamics of both three-dimensional bulk and two-dimensional mono-layered alloys of As1-x Sb x as a function of alloy composition and temperature are explored using a first-principles cluster-expansion method, combined with canonical Monte-Carlo simulations.

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