LATTICE LOCATION OF IMPURITIES IMPLANTED INTO METALS.

H. de Waard, Leonard C Feldman

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Abstract

As ion implantation becomes more widely used in the process of material modification, and as a tool in all branches of physics, it becomes important to determine and understand the new atomic system that is formed. One item of basic and fundamental interest is the atomic position of the implanted impurity in the lattice. Along with the radiation damage created, this property will determine the final microscopic and macroscopic properties of the implanted material. Ideally, a simple set of rules is desired, similar to the Hume-Rothery rules in alloying theory, to specify the lattice location. Although such a goal is far from realization, certain trends have been established from which to gain insight. This paper discusses whst has been learned on the lattice location question.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherPlenum Press
Pages317-351
Number of pages35
Publication statusPublished - 1974
EventInt Conf on Appl of Ion Beams to Met, Proc - Albuquerque, NM
Duration: Oct 2 1973Oct 4 1973

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OtherInt Conf on Appl of Ion Beams to Met, Proc
CityAlbuquerque, NM
Period10/2/7310/4/73

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Impurities
Radiation damage
Metals
Alloying
Ion implantation
Physics

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  • Engineering(all)

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de Waard, H., & Feldman, L. C. (1974). LATTICE LOCATION OF IMPURITIES IMPLANTED INTO METALS. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 317-351). Plenum Press.

LATTICE LOCATION OF IMPURITIES IMPLANTED INTO METALS. / de Waard, H.; Feldman, Leonard C.

Unknown Host Publication Title. Plenum Press, 1974. p. 317-351.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

de Waard, H & Feldman, LC 1974, LATTICE LOCATION OF IMPURITIES IMPLANTED INTO METALS. in Unknown Host Publication Title. Plenum Press, pp. 317-351, Int Conf on Appl of Ion Beams to Met, Proc, Albuquerque, NM, 10/2/73.
de Waard H, Feldman LC. LATTICE LOCATION OF IMPURITIES IMPLANTED INTO METALS. In Unknown Host Publication Title. Plenum Press. 1974. p. 317-351
de Waard, H. ; Feldman, Leonard C. / LATTICE LOCATION OF IMPURITIES IMPLANTED INTO METALS. Unknown Host Publication Title. Plenum Press, 1974. pp. 317-351
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