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Type Abarenkov, I. V.; Bar'yudin, L. E.
  Publication A simple model for the adsorption of a monovalent atom on a metal surface and the field desorption Volume Journal Article
Pages 1992
  Abstract Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter  
  Corporate Author J. Phys.: Condens. Matter  
Publisher 4  
Editor 9
  Summary Language 2239-2246 Series Editor Field Ion Microscopy  
Abbreviated Series Title The adsorption of an atom with one valence electron on a metal surface and the field desorption of this atom are considered in this paper. A very simple one-electron model is shown to describe properly the general features of the processes considered.
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Abe, T.; Brenner, S. S.; Soffa, W. A. Decomposition of a Cu-Ni-Cr ternary alloy Journal Article 1991 Surface Science Surf. Sci. 246 1-3 266-271 Atom Probe Field Ion Microscopy Atom-probe field-ion microscopy (APFIM) was employed to study the phase separation process in a Cu-33.3at%Ni-1.7at%Cr ternary alloy. Formation of the coherent second phase was clearly observed after aging for 15 min at 823 K. Although no discrete precipitates were recognized in the Ne-ion image before 15 min aging, APFIM results showed a broadening in the concentration fluctuations. A grand-canonical (Gaussian) distribution was used to described the time evolution of the frequency distribution of Ni in the composition profiles. From the logarithmic plot of the relative change in variance versus aging time, the relaxation time for the clustering of Ni was determined. no 4478
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Aitov, R. D.; Bondarenko, G. G.; Korzhavyi, A. P.; Kristya, V. I. Model of post-discharge emission of metallic cold cathodes of gas-discharge devices Journal Article 1997 Metally 3 150-153 Field Emission no 2577
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Akamatsu, Hiroki; Fujinami, Takayoshi; Horita, Zenji; Langdon, Terence G. Influence of rolling on the superplastic behavior of an Al-Mg-Sc alloy after ECAP Journal Article 2001 Scripta Materialia Scripta Mater. 44 5 759-764 Aluminum alloy; Equal-channel angular pressing; Microstructure; Rolling; Superplasticity no NU @ karnesky @ 437
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Aleksankin, M. M.; Samchenko, I. P.; Fileleeva, L. I.; Nazarenko, V. A.; Pokrovskii, V. A.; Topchii, V. A. Dissociation and rearrangements of molecular ions of sulfides, sulfoxides, and sulfones generated by a strong electric field Journal Article 1987 Teoreticheskaya I Eksperimentalnaya Khimiya Teor. Eksp. Khim. 23 no 3777
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Atrens, A.; Wang, J. Q.; Stiller, K.; Andren, H. O. Atom probe field ion microscope measurements of carbon segregation at an alpha :alpha grain boundary and service failures by intergranular stress corrosion cracking Journal Article 2006 Corrosion Science 48 1 79-92 Grain boundary analysis; Pipeline steel; Carbon segregation; Stress corrosion cracking This work reports on a critical measurement to understand the intergranular stress corrosion cracking (IGSCC) of pipeline steels: the atom probe field ion microscope (APFIM) measurement of the carbon concentration at a grain boundary (GB). The APFIM measurement was related to the microstructure and to IGSCC observations. The APFIM indicated that the GB carbon concentration of X70 was not, vert, similar10 at% or less, which correlated with a high resistance to IGSCC for X70. no 9396
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Audiffren, M.; Drechsler, M. Displacements of individual adatoms by an electric field Journal Article 1973 Surface Science Surf. Sci. 34 2 471-476 adatom surface interactions and diffusion; Field Ion Microscopy De´placements d'ad-atomes individuels par un champe´lectrique no 6551
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Audiffren, M.; Traimon, P.; Bardon, J.; Drechsler, M. A study of atom zigzag chains on the surface of tungsten Journal Article 1978 Surface Science Surf. Sci. 75 4 751-760 surface structure; Field Ion Microscopy Nishigaki and Nakamura have observed zigzag chains on the central (011) face of tungsten after field evaporation at T #62; 140 K. In this paper, a study of the formation, disappearance and structure of such chains is described. Tungsten tips of small radii down to 60 Ã were used. Chains of 3 to 9 spots, that are clearly visible, are found even at 90 K. Four different structure models of the zigzag chains are discussed, including the multibranch model proposed by the Japanese authors. The interpretation of our experimental results shows fairly clearly that the real zigzag chain structure is a special non-dense structure. It must be formed by a local displacement of the tungsten adatoms in the field. Without the field, a zigzag chain is transformed into a two-dimensional cluster of the nearest neighbour atom by a small increase in temperature. If the field is reintroduced, the cluster can revert to the initial zigzag structure. The zigzag structure is interpreted as being caused by forces of repulsion between the atom dipoles. no 8848
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Audiffren, M.; Traimond, P.; Bardon, J.; Drechsler, M. Study of two-dimensional aggregates of W by field-ion microscopy (French) Book Chapter 1977 3rd Coll. Intl. Phys. Chim. Surf Solides, Grenoble 401 surface structure; Field Ion Microscopy no 7152
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Bakhtizin, R. Z.; Valeev, V. G.; Kukharenko, Y. A. Field emitted electron inelastic energy losses spectroscopy Journal Article 1989 Izv. Khim. 22 Addendum to Atom Probe Field Ion Microscopy and Related Topics: A Bibliography for 1978-1987, 1988, and 1989 no 4419
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