Lattice Location of Deuterium Implanted Into W and Cr
Ion implantation and ion channeling are used to study hydrogen in metals. Deuterium implanted at room temperature into Cr and W is found to be localized at distinct positions, predominately near the octahedral and tetrahedral interstitial sites respectively. Irradiation of the implanted W by the 750 keV3He analysis beam results in the movement of the deuterium to a new location.
KeywordsInterstitial Site Lattice Location Angular Width Minimum Yield Flux Peak
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