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Investigation into Solute Stabilizing Effects in Nanocrystalline Materials: An Atom Probe Characterization Study

  • Gregory B. Thompson (a1), Monica Kapoor (a1), Tyler Kaub (a1), Brad Boyce (a2), Blythe Clarke (a2), Kris Darling (a3), Peter Felfer (a4) and Julie Cairney (a4)...
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[1] Murdoch, H. A. & Schuh, C. A.. Stability of binary nanocrystalline alloys against grain growth and phase separation. Acta Materialia 61 (2013) 21212132.
[2] Tang, F., Gianola, D.S., Moody, M.P., Hemker, K.J. & Cairney, J.M., ""Observations of grain boundary impurities in nanocrystalline aluminum and their influence on microstructural stability and mechanical behavior,". Acta Materialia 60 (2012) 1038.
[3] Fu, B. & Thompson, G. B.. Compositional dependent thin film stress states. Journal of Applied Physics 108 (2010). 043506-1-6..
[4] Chason, E., Sheldon, B., et al.., Origin of compressive residual stress in polycrystalline thin films. Physical Review Letters 88 (2002). 156103-1-4..
[5] Felfer, P., Ceguerra, A., Ringer, S. & Cairney, J.. Applying computational geometry techniques for advanced feature analysis in atom probe data. Ultramicroscopy 132 (2013) 100106.
[6] Darling, Darling K. A., VanLeeuwen, B. K., et al.., Stabilized nanocrystalline iron-based alloys: Guiding efforts in alloy selection. Materials Science and Engineering: A 528 (2011) 43654371.
[7] GBT and TK acknowledge the AR0-W911NF1310436 grant; MK, BB and BC recognize The U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science, Basic Energy Sciences, Materials Sciences and Engineering Division for support. Sandia National Laboratories is a multi-program laboratory managed and operated by Sandia Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin Corporation, for the U.S. Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Administration under contract DE-AC04-94AL85000.

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