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Publication Type : Journal Article
Publisher : Journal of Nuclear Materials
Source : Journal of Nuclear Materials 414(3):382-385
Campus : Chennai
School : School of Engineering
Department : Physics
Year : 2011
Abstract : Titanium modified austenitic steel has been subjected to nitrogen implantation to different fluences. There is a considerable deviation of the experimental depth profile of nitrogen from the theoretical profile obtained using Monte-Carlo codes. Available literature ascribes such redistribution to sputtering; by following the implanted nitrogen and the vacancy-defects alongside using resonance nuclear reaction analysis and positron annihilation spectroscopy, clear experimental evidence for the formation of vacancy-nitrogen complexes is established. The possibility of role of complexes in redistributing the implanted nitrogen is explored here for the first time.
Cite this Research Publication : J. Arunkumar, C. David, C. Varghese Anto, K.G.M. Nair, S. Kalavathi, R. Rajaraman, G. Amarendra, B.K. Panigrahi, P. Magudapathy and John Kennedy, A study on the redistribution of ion-implanted nitrogen in Ti-modified austenitic steel, J. Nucl. Mater. 414 (2011) 382.