Defect annihilation at grain boundaries in alpha-Fe

@inproceedings{Chen2013DefectAA,
  title={Defect annihilation at grain boundaries in alpha-Fe},
  author={Di Chen and Jing Wang and Tianyi Chen and Lin Shao},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2013}
}
Understanding radiation responses of Fe-based metals is essential to develop radiation tolerant steels for longer and safer life cycles in harsh reactor environments. Nanograined metals have been explored as self-healing materials due to point-defect recombination at grain boundaries. The fundamental defect-boundary interactions, however, are not yet well understood. We discover that the interactions are always mediated by formation and annealing of chain-like defects, which consist of… CONTINUE READING
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