Radiation Processes in Crystal Solid Solutions

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Radiation Processes In Crystal Solid Solutions is a monograph explaining processes occurring in two classes of crystal solids (metal alloys and doped alkali halides) under irradiation by various ...
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Radiation-Stimulated Segregation

Pp. 71-85 (15)

Gennadi Gladyshev

Abstract

The experimental data and models of radiation-induced segregation are presented. The mechanism and efficiency of the radiation-induced segregation depend on several factors: the irradiation temperature, the concentration and size of atoms of impurity, the presence of additional impurity, etc. The majority of models which describe the radiation-induced segregation, include a system of kinetic equations for the various kinds of point defects and alloy atoms. The models differ from each other in a set of the types of defects and calculation parameters.

Keywords:

Radiation, metal, alloys, alkali halide, solid solution, segregation, segregation models, inverse Kirkendall effect.

Affiliation:

St. Petersburg State Technological Institute Technical University Russian Federation