Misorientation angle distributions for large-angle grain boundaries in

Yimei Zhu; Suenaga, M.
October 1994
Applied Physics Letters;10/3/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 14, p1832
Academic Journal
Investigates the angular distributions of large-angle grain boundaries of Bi(2:2:1:2) and Bi(2:2:2:3) composite tapes by electron microscopy. Use of the Coincidence Site Lattice Theory; Illustration of the surface morphology of the tapes; Importance of the high degree of alignment among crystals.


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