Computer Studies of Replacement Sequences in Solids Associated with Atomic Displacement Cascades
Focussed sequences of replacement collisions have been studied, especially in association with radiation damage cascades. Radiation damage events are simulated using a computer program based on the binary collision approximation. The results are averaged over a complete set of initial directions of the primary knock-on atom for each primary energy to obtain quantities of physical interest for which the effects of replacement sequences may be made explicit. The calculations are compared with recent experimental results.
KeywordsPrimary Energy Lattice Distance Replacement Sequence Damage Ratio Placement Sequence
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