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  1. Landolt-Börnstein

    Atomic Defects in Metals · Pd

    This chapter discusses the properties and interactions of atomic defects in palladium (Pd). There is only limited information on the defect annealing of Pd; in addition some of the detailed results might be ...
  2. Landolt-Börnstein

    1.7.3.2 Deformed metals

    This chapter discusses on production of atomic defects in predamaged metals. The production of defects under irradiation can be influenced by the presence of lattice defects. These can be introduced by quenc...
  3. Landolt-Börnstein

    1.7.1.4 Thermal neutron irradiation

    This chapter discusses production of atomic defects by thermal neutron irradiation. The kinetic energy of thermal neutrons is too low to produce stable displacements in metals by recoil events. But when a ne...
  4. Landolt-Börnstein

    1.7.4.3 Cascade production

    This chapter talks about cascade production occurring at very high defect densities, cascade yield Qc, mean cascade diameter d, number of vacancies NVper cascade, and cascade efficiency η for irradiation at ...
  5. Landolt-Börnstein

    1.7.1.5 Fission neutron, fast neutron, and fission fragment irradiation

    This chapter discusses production of atomic defects by fission neutron, fast neutron, and fission fragment irradiation. Neutrons from nuclear fission have a broad spectrum of energies. Monochromatization of ...
  6. Landolt-Börnstein

    Atomic Defects in Metals · Figs. 46 - 94

    This chapter presents low temperature damage rates in ytterbium, tungsten, yttrium, zinc, and zirconium, as a function of electron energy. It illustrates the variation of minimum displacement energy of the e...
  7. Landolt-Börnstein

    1.7.1.2 Ion irradiation

    This chapter discusses production of atomic defects by ion irradiation. For those metals which show annealing already around helium temperature, the irradiation temperature is indicated in a table. Normalize...
  8. Landolt-Börnstein

    Atomic Defects in Metals · Figs. 1 - 45

    This chapter presents some illustrations on the production of atomic defects in metals. Vacancy concentrations cvin silver, aluminum, gold, cadmium, copper, magnesium, and lead derived from differential dila...
  9. Landolt-Börnstein

    1.7.7.1 Threshold energy for sputtering

    This chapter discusses production of atomic defects in metallic glasses, and surface effects. Initial damage rates Δρ/Δφt and saturation resistivities ρsof amorphous materials (a) are compared to crystalline...
  10. Landolt-Börnstein

    1.7.1.1 Electron irradiation

    This chapter deals with production of atomic defects in pure polycrystalline metals. Theoretical calculations indicate a significantly lower cross section for defect production by positrons than by electrons...
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