Copper samples are co-implanted with carbon and nitrogen ions in order to synthetize carbon nitrides compounds such as C3N4. These samples, implanted at high temperature and high fluence, are analyzed by nuclear reactions (depth profiles) and trasnmission electron microscopy (structure and stoechiometry). Compounds nucleation and growth will be modelized.
|Effective start/end date||1/09/03 → 31/08/09|
- Nuclear Physics
- Transmission Electron Microscopy
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