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Guseva, M.I., Ivanov, S.M., Pasti, F. et al. A study of the phenomena of selective sputtering and radiation-induced segregation of impurities in the aluminum alloys containing scandium. At Energy 60, 230–233 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01132309
- Aluminum Alloy
- Selective Sputtering