Deuterium Desorption and Host Interstitial Clustering in d-Irradiated Ni
Perturbed angular correlations measurements were made on 111In doped Ni after deuteron irradiation or deformation at 77 K. The irradiated samples provide evidence of deuteron desorption at 220 K as well as host interstitial clustering on 111In during irradiation.
KeywordsPerturb Angular Correlation Vacancy Defect Interstitial Cluster Angular Correlation Measurement Perturb Angular Correlation Measurement
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