Publication
Title
Landscape roughness at an atomic scale
Author
Abstract
A large number of materials have a highly degenerate ground state and therefore a complex microstructure. Because of this degenerate state, phase transitions between the different phases play an important role. High resolution techniques in electron microscopy and nano-scale chemical analysis allow to study not only the microstructure but also the interfaces down to an atomic scale. We focus particularly on the ambiguity of alloys oil approaching the phase transition. The short range order (SRO) in ''1 1/20'' type alloys and the microstructure of ''tweed'' and needle formation in martensite like alloys with composition Ni5Al3 are considered in more detail.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Physica: D: nonlinear phenomena. - Amsterdam
Publication
Amsterdam : 1997
ISSN
0167-2789
Volume/pages
107(1997), p. 401-410
ISI
A1997YC73400034
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UAntwerpen
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Last edited 27.05.2017
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