Neon implantation into monocrystals : structure of the neon implanted into beryllium monocrystal

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Neon implanted into monocrystals (Be, Al, Fe, Si, W) can form solid bubbles. Techniques like channeling (RBS-C) and X-ray emission (LEEIX) are able to characterise the structure of the solid neon versus the structure of the host metal. Correlation between
Effective start/end date1/09/921/06/98


  • neon
  • rare gases
  • bubbles
  • monocrystals
  • implantation
  • shear modulus
  • beryllium


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