Particles and crystallites under electrical explosion of wires.

@article{Sedoi2008ParticlesAC,
  title={Particles and crystallites under electrical explosion of wires.},
  author={V. S. Sedoi and Yu.F. Ivanov},
  journal={Nanotechnology},
  year={2008},
  volume={19 14},
  pages={145710}
}
The data produced shed new light on particle formation under fast Joule heating: the particle size depends on the initial size of the crystallites of a metal. The size of crystallites has been determined by the x-ray diffraction method as the size of the region of coherent scattering d(RCS). Median-surface particle sizes d(S) of the powder have been evaluated from the specific surface area S (BET). Such different metals as Al, In, Cu, Ti have been investigated. For the given metals, d(RCS… CONTINUE READING

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