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Phase transition of sigma-CrFe under fast electron irradiation

  • T. Nagase (a1) (a2), S. Anada (a1), K. Kobayashi (a1), H. Yasuda (a1) (a2) and H. Mori (a1)...

Abstract

Preparation of a sigma-CrFe single-phase specimen was achieved by arc melting of pure Fe and Cr, cold rolling, and subsequent annealing at 973 K or 1073 K in vacuum. Cold rolling before annealing is effective for the annealing-induced formation of sigma-CrFe from the bcc solid-solution phase. The phase stability and the structural change from sigma-CrFe to a bcc solid-solution phase under fast electron irradiation were investigated by in situ transmission electron microscope (TEM) observation in the temperature range between 22 K and 473 K by using an ultra-high voltage electron microscope (UHVEM). The phase transition of sigma-CrFe by fast electron irradiation was found to occur at a particular temperature.

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Phase transition of sigma-CrFe under fast electron irradiation

  • T. Nagase (a1) (a2), S. Anada (a1), K. Kobayashi (a1), H. Yasuda (a1) (a2) and H. Mori (a1)...

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