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Unravelling Irradiation-Induced Detwinning Mechanisms via In Situ and Aberration-Corrected TEM combined with Atomistic Simulations

  • Pranav K. Suri (a1), James E. Nathaniel (a1), Elaf A. Anber (a1), Meimei Li (a2), Marquis A. Kirk (a2), Jianguo Wen (a3) and Mitra L. Taheri (a1)...
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[1] Beyerlein, I. J., et al., Prog. Mater. Sci. 74 2015 125.
[2] Huang, Q., et al., Nature 510 2014 250.
[3] Yu, K. Y., et al., Nat. Commun. 4 2013 1377.
[4] Yu, K. Y., et al., Scr. Mater. 69 2013 385.
[5] Du, J., et al. Sci. Technol. Adv. Mater. (2018), just accepted.
[6] This work was supported by the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Nuclear Energy under DOE Idaho Operations Office Contract DE-AC07- 051D14517 as part of a Nuclear Science User Facilities experiment. We acknowledge Kenneth McClellan and Darrin Byler from Los Alamos National Laboratory for providing us with copper bicrystals..

Unravelling Irradiation-Induced Detwinning Mechanisms via In Situ and Aberration-Corrected TEM combined with Atomistic Simulations

  • Pranav K. Suri (a1), James E. Nathaniel (a1), Elaf A. Anber (a1), Meimei Li (a2), Marquis A. Kirk (a2), Jianguo Wen (a3) and Mitra L. Taheri (a1)...

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