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Annealing behavior of Fe-57 implanted in ZrO2(Y)
Zhang, GL(张桂林); Yu, FH; Weng, HM; Zhang, HH
1998
Source PublicationHYPERFINE INTERACTIONS
ISSN0304-3843
Volume112Issue:40912Pages:197
AbstractUsing conversion electron Mossbauer spectroscopy(CEMS) and slow positron beam, the chemical states of the implanted Fe-57 (100keV,3 x 10(16) ions/cm(2)) in ZrO2 containing 3 mol% Y2O3 (ZY(3)) and its thermodynamic behavior during annealing process with the temperature from 200 to 500 degrees C were studied. After annealing at 400 degrees C the complex of Fe3+-V has been mostly dissolved, and the prior phase to alpha-Fe and alpha-Fe nano-crystalline cluster were present in the sample. Meanwhile the mixed conducting of oxygen-ions and electrons in the ZY(3) containing Fe sample appeared.
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Language英语
Funding Project应物所项目组
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.sinap.ac.cn/handle/331007/9866
Collection中科院上海原子核所2003年前
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Zhang, GL,Yu, FH,Weng, HM,et al. Annealing behavior of Fe-57 implanted in ZrO2(Y)[J]. HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS,1998,112(40912):197.
APA Zhang, GL,Yu, FH,Weng, HM,&Zhang, HH.(1998).Annealing behavior of Fe-57 implanted in ZrO2(Y).HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS,112(40912),197.
MLA Zhang, GL,et al."Annealing behavior of Fe-57 implanted in ZrO2(Y)".HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS 112.40912(1998):197.
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