Induced Effects of a Laser Pulse on Defects and Disorder Creation in Some Ordered Alloys
Part of the NATO Advanced Study Institutes Series book series (NSSB, volume 84)
In this paper, an irradiation by a laser pulse is considered as the origin of:
a rapid elevation of the temperature of the sample followed by a rapid cooling (≃109° /sec)
a stress wave due to the rapid expansions of the vaporized zone on the surface 1,2,3.
KeywordsLaser Pulse Laser Irradiation Neutron Irradiation Hyperfine Field Isochronal Annealing
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