3 edition of Materials modification by ion irradiation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and author index.
|Statement||Emile J. Knystautas, chair/editor ; sponsored by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ... [et al.].|
|Series||SPIE proceedings series ;, v. 3413, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 3413.|
|Contributions||Knystautas, Emile J., Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.|
|LC Classifications||TA418.6 .M3744 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||98226763|
A study of materials modification by ion irradiation. The papers address topics such as: ion beam modification of polymers; nanoclusters and nonlinear optics; and . Get this from a library! Materials modification by ion irradiation: July, , Québec, Canada. [Emile J Knystautas; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.; SPIE Digital Library.;].
We have investigated the possibility to use swift heavy ion irradiation for nano-structuring supported and freestanding ultra-thin MoS 2 samples. Our comprehensive study of the ion-induced morphological changes in various MoS 2 samples shows that depending on the irradiation parameters a multitude of extended defects can be fabricated. These range from chains of nano-hillocks in bulk-like MoS. In this paper, we examine the modification of single layer graphene on SiO 2 /Si substrate after exposure to MeV He and Au ion irradiation with varying fluences.
Swift Heavy Ion Synthesis and Modifications of Nanophosphors for Dosimetric Application: Effect of Swift Heavy Ion Irradiation: /ch Recently, there has been a huge demand for the experimental and theoretical efforts for the dosimetry of Author: Sudipta Som, Somrita Dutta, Vijay Kumar, Hendrik C. Swart. The Ion Beam Materials Laboratory (IBML) is a Los Alamos National Laboratory resource devoted to the characterization and modification of surfaces through the use of ion beams.. The IBML provides and operates the core facilities, while supporting the design and implementation of specific apparati needed for experiments requested by users of the facility.
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Buy Materials Modification by Ion Irradiation: Proceedings of Spie July,Quebec, Canada (Proceedings of Spie--the International Society for Optical Engineering) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersAuthor: Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers. Professor Was’ research is focused on materials for advanced nuclear energy systems and radiation materials science, including environmental effects on materials, radiation effects, ion beam surface modification of materials and nuclear by: Select Ion beam modification of metal–polymer interfaces for improved adhesion.
Book chapter Full text access. Ion beam modification of metal–polymer interfaces for improved adhesion. Boris A. Ratchev, Gary S. Was and John H. Booske. Increase of the dislocation density of armco-iron by low-energy ion irradiation was observed up to a depth of 10 mm from the irradiated surface.
This is actually a bulk modification; in near-surface layers a complex multilayer structure of a “sandwich” type is by: 3. Surface modification of polymers by ionizing radiation: optical and mechanical effects. Author(s): Werner F.
Frank. Show Abstract. Ionizing radiation is used to structure the surfaces of transparent polymers like poly-(methyl-methacrylate) and related materials. The irradiation of materials with energetic particles has significant effects on the properties of target materials.
In addition to the well-known detrimental effects of irradiations, they have also some beneficial effects on the properties of materials. Irradiation effect can change the morphology of the materials in a controlled manner and tailor their mechanical, structural, optical and Author: Hardev Singh Virk.
The low-energy ion irradiation leads to the change of physical and mechanical properties of irradiated materials. This is, actually, a bulk modification. To explain this modification of materials the authors suggest a hypothesis based on the idea of nonlinear oscillations excitations in crystals which lead to active self-organizing processes in the ion by: When materials are irradiated with high-energy ions, their energies are transferred to electrons and atoms in materials, and the lattice structures of the materials are largely changed to metastable or non-thermal equilibrium states, causing the modification of several physical properties.
There are two processes for the material modification by ion irradiation; one is “the irradiation-enhanced process”, and the other is “the irradiation-induced Author: Akihiro Iwase, Fuminobu Hori.
Fundamentals of Radiation Materials Science Metals and Alloys. Authors: Was, Gary S energy systems and radiation materials science, including environmental effects on materials, radiation effects, ion beam surface modification of materials and nuclear fuels.
His current research includes development of structural materials for the SFR. Obj. b) ¢:> Irradiation of Zircaloy considerably increases the yield strength, and to a lesser extent, the ultimate tensile strength. Ductility is reduced, particularly the uniform elongation.
Cold working the material prior to irradiation (such as is the condition for pressure tubes) reduces the amount ofchange seen in mechanical properties. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. Hardening of Vanadium Doped with Nitrogen by Heavy Ion Irradiation and Post.
Effects of Radiation on Materials: 20th International Symposium ASTM STP Reviews: 1. A Study of Surface Modification of Poly(lactic-co-glycolic) Acid Using Argon Ion Irradiation. DOI: /jsemat, PP. Ion beam modification of materials may be achieved by ion implantation or ion irradiation.
These are unique approaches to altering the near surface region of a wide range of solid materials in a manner that is independent of many of the constraints associated with.
This book focuses on the fundamentals, techniques, and related properties of ion irradiation of dielectric materials regarding to various photonic applications. It introduces ion beam techniques for fabrication and modification of micron, presents advances in this multi-disciplinary research field.
Laser and Ion Beam Modification of Materials is a compilation of materials from the proceedings of the symposium U: Material Synthesis and Modification by Ion beams and Laser Beams. This collection discusses the founding of the KANSAI Science City in Japan, and the structures, equipment, and research projects of two institutions are discussed Book Edition: 1.
Energetic ion beams have been exploited by researchers in different ways in the field of materials science. Its effect on the materials depends on the ion energy, fluence and ion species. More specifically, the interaction of ion with materials is the deciding factor in the ion beam induced materials modification.
The ions lose energy as. In ion beam irradiation, topics include using accelerators to introduce a high level of damage in ceramics, metals, and advanced alloys to study radiation induced or accelerated swelling, hardening, embrittlement, creep, corrosion, and cracking.
The research presented determines the microstructural changes at different length scales in these materials under ion irradiation. In particular, it studies the effect of the irradiation temperature using several advanced characterization techniques.
It also provides much-needed insights into the use of these materials at elevated temperatures. Radiation technology can be used to modify various materials. This brings about certain changes in their properties, many of which can be used in a wide variety of commercial applications.
Various radiation sources are used to modify materials, such as high-intensity radioisotope sources, electron. The modification of materials subjected to the bombardment with low-energy ions was investigated.
The increase of dislocation density in metal samples was observed up to a depth of 10 mm from the irradiated surface. It is described as a "long-range effect". The low-energy ion irradiation leads to the change of physical and mechanical properties of irradiated by:.
A variety of modification techniques have been observed on fluoropolymers to improve the adhesion such as chemical methods [9,10], plasma treatments [11,12] and electron and ion beam irradiation.Fundamentals of Radiation Materials Science energy systems and radiation materials science, including environmental effects on materials, radiation effects, ion beam surface modification of materials and nuclear fuels.
Unique Effe cts o f Ion Irradiation. Ion Irradiation Techniques. Composition Changes. Other Effects of.JANNUS (Joint Accelerators for Nano-Science and Nuclear Simulation) is a project designed to study the modification of materials using multiple ion beams and in-situ TEM observation.
It will be a unique facility in Europe for the study of irradiation effects, the simulation of material damage due to irradiation and in particular of combined effects.