Dominant moving species in the formation of amorphous NiZr by solid-state reaction

Cheng, Y.-T.; Johnson, W. L.; Nicolet, M.-A.
October 1985
Applied Physics Letters;10/15/1985, Vol. 47 Issue 8, p800
Academic Journal
The displacements of W and Hf markers have been monitored by backscattering of MeV He to study the growth of the amorphous NiZr phase by solid-state reaction. We find that the Ni is the dominant moving species in this reaction.


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