Effect of Temperature, Dose Rate and Projectile Mass on Ion Beam Mixing. (Book, 1983) [WorldCat.org]
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Effect of Temperature, Dose Rate and Projectile Mass on Ion Beam Mixing.

Author: Robert S Averback; ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB IL MATERIALS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DIV.
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center JAN 1983.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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The underlying diffusion mechanisms involved in ion beam mixing of layered materials are proving very elusive. It is known that mixing has both temperature dependent and independent components, but theoretical understanding of either component is lacking. We have initiated systematic studies of the temperature, dose-rate and projectile mass dependences of mixing to provide a basis for future theoretical  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert S Averback; ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB IL MATERIALS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DIV.
OCLC Number: 228016188
Notes: This article is from Proceedings of the Workshop on Ion Mixing and Surface Layer Alloying held April 15 & 16, 1983 at Pasadena, California, AD-A131 469, p10-18.
Description: 8 pages

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The underlying diffusion mechanisms involved in ion beam mixing of layered materials are proving very elusive. It is known that mixing has both temperature dependent and independent components, but theoretical understanding of either component is lacking. We have initiated systematic studies of the temperature, dose-rate and projectile mass dependences of mixing to provide a basis for future theoretical considerations. (Author).

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