Influence of chemical disorder on energy dissipation and defect evolution in concentrated solid solution alloys

@inproceedings{Zhang2015InfluenceOC,
  title={Influence of chemical disorder on energy dissipation and defect evolution in concentrated solid solution alloys},
  author={Yanwen Zhang and G. Malcolm Stocks and Ke Jin and Chenyang Lu and Hongbin Bei and Brian C Sales and Lumin M Wang and Laurent Karim B{\'e}land and Roger E. Stoller and German D. Samolyuk and Magdalena Caro and Alfredo Caro and William J Weber},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
  year={2015}
}
A grand challenge in materials research is to understand complex electronic correlation and non-equilibrium atomic interactions, and how such intrinsic properties and dynamic processes affect energy transfer and defect evolution in irradiated materials. Here we report that chemical disorder, with an increasing number of principal elements and/or altered concentrations of specific elements, in single-phase concentrated solid solution alloys can lead to substantial reduction in electron mean free… CONTINUE READING
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