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Linking Experimental Solute Segregation Specificity in Nanocrystalline Alloys to Computational Predictions

  • Xuyang Zhou (a1) and Gregory B. Thompson (a1)
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[1] Malerba, L., et al, Journal of Nuclear Materials 382 2008). p. 112125.
[2] Klueh, R., et al, Journal of Nuclear Materials 371 2007). p. 3752.
[3] Zhou, X., etal, Thin Solid Films 612 2016). p. 2935.
[4] Zhou, X., et al, Sci. Rep. 6 2016). p. 34642.
[5] Pirgazi, H., et al, Journal of Applied Crystallography 48 2015). p. 16721678.
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[7] The authors gratefully recognize support from the Army Research Office, grant W911NF1310436, as well as the University of Alabama’s Central Analytical Facility.

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