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Title
Dedicated TEM on domain boundaries from phase transformations and crystal growth
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Abstract
Investigating domain boundaries and their effects on the behaviour of materials automatically implies the need for detailed knowledge on the structural aspects of the atomic configurations at these interfaces. Not only in view of nearest neighbour interactions but also at a larger scale, often surpassing the unit cell, the boundaries can contain structural elements that do not exist in the bulk. In the present contribution, a number of special boundaries resulting from phase transformations or crystal growth and those recently investigated by advanced transmission electron microscopy techniques in different systems will be reviewed. These include macrotwins between microtwinned martensite plates in NiAl, austenite-single variant martensite habit planes in low hysteresis NiTiPd, nanotwins in non-textured nanostructured Pd and ferroelastic domain boundaries in CaTiO3. In all discussed cases these boundaries play an essential role in the properties of the respective materials.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Phase transitions. - New York
Publication
New York : 2013
ISSN
0141-1594
Volume/pages
86:1(2013), p. 15-22
ISI
000312586700003
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UAntwerpen
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Publications with a UAntwerp address
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Last edited 03.05.2017
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