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by D. D. Nematov, A. S. Burkhonzoda, Kh T. Kholmurodov, A. I. Lyubchyk, S. I. Lyubchyk, S. B. Lyubchyk
ABSTRACT: This work summarizes the results of structural stability, electronic properties and phonon dispersion studies of biocompatible ZrO 2 compound in its cubic (c-ZrO 2 ), tetragonal (t-ZrO 2 ) and...