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Swift Heavy Ions for Materials Engineering and Nanostructuring

D. K. Avasthi

Swift Heavy Ions for Materials Engineering and Nanostructuring

by D. K. Avasthi

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Published by Springer Science+Business Media B.V. in Dordrecht .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Engineering,
  • Physics,
  • Nanotechnology,
  • Optical materials

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby D. K. Avasthi, G. K. Mehta
    SeriesSpringer Series in Materials Science -- 145
    ContributionsMehta, G. K., SpringerLink (Online service)
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25543706M
    ISBN 109789400712287, 9789400712294

      Books. Publishing Support Avasthi D K and Mehta G K Swift Heavy Ions for Materials Engineering and Nanostructuring, (Springer Series in Materials Science Bussmann B K, Ban-d’Etat B, Lebius H and Schleberger M Graphitic nanostripes in silicon carbide surfaces created by swift heavy ion irradiation Nat. Commun. 5 Cited by: Modifications in the defects and electronic transport properties of epitaxial 4H-nSiC() Schottky barrier diodes have been carried out by selective MeV Ag +14 ions irradiation, i.e., ions projected only on the Schottky contact area of the diode using a mask. Forward bias current-voltage (I–V) characteristics are measured in temperature (T) range from K to K. Interestingly, the.

    Journal of Materials Chemistry A Defect accumulation in swift heavy ion-irradiated CeO 2 and ThO 2 † Raul I. Palomares, a Jacob Shamblin, ab Cameron L. Tracy, c Joerg Neuefeind, d Rodney C. Ewing, c Christina Trautmann ef and Maik Lang * a. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY and MAGNETISM group Material Engineering by Swift Heavy ions Politecnico di Torino - DISAT - official site of the group and the use of high-energy heavy-ion facilities for both fundamental studies and nanostructuring of functional materials. Politecnico di Torino.

    Buy Swift Heavy Ions For Materials Engineering And Nanostructuring by Devesh Kumar Avasthi ISBN X edition or edition Swift Heavy Ions for Materials Engineering and Nanostructuring Springer Series in Materials Science Devesh Kumar Avasthi Girijesh Kumar Mehta Springer. Book Subjects Additional Information Additional. This thesis describes studies on nanopatterning by swift heavy ion irradia-tion. The goal of the studies was to harness the interaction of swift heavy ions with matter, and to understand its capability in patterning for nanotech-nology applications. In the course of the thesis, the micro and nanostructur-ing of different materials is described.


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Swift Heavy Ions for Materials Engineering and Nanostructuring by D. K. Avasthi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Swift heavy ions interact with materials by exciting/ionizing electrons without directly moving the atoms. This opens a new horizon towards the 'so-called' soft engineering.

The book discusses the ion beam technology emerging from the non-equilibrium conditions and emphasizes the power of controlled irradiation to tailor the properties of various types of materials for specific by: Swift Heavy Ions for Materials Engineering and Nanostructuring.

Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 business days. Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 business days. Ion beams have been used for decades for characterizing and analyzing materials. Now energetic ion beams are providing ways to modify the materials in unprecedented ways. Various types of materials are being irradiated with swift heavy ions and the effects of irradiation are being studied using the sophisticated characterization tools, such as XRD, RBS, ERDA, High resolution transmission microscopy, Photoluminescence spectroscopy, Fourier transform infrared and Raman spectroscopy, SQUID, AFM, SEM, by: 1.

Abstract Citations (41) Graphics Metrics Export Citation NASA/ADS. Swift Heavy Ions for Materials Engineering and Nanostructuring Avasthi, D. K.; Swift Heavy Ions for Materials Engineering and Nanostructuring: Pub Date: DOI: / Bibcode: .A Keywords: Physics;Cited by: Swift heavy ion (SHI) irradiation is one of the most effective techniques used for tailoring the various properties of materials due to its special selectivity of type of ions, energies and.

Swift heavy ions (SHI), ions with energy which produce large electronic energy loss are now being used for modification of the properties of the materials through electron phonon coupling.

Characteristic defects produced by heavy ions in insulators can also be produced in other materials if sufficient energy can be locked into electronic energy Cited by: Nanostructuring of surfaces and two-dimensional materials using swift heavy ions offers some unique possibilities owing to the deposition of a large amount ofenergy localized within ananoscale volume surrounding the ion fully exploit this feature, the morphology of nanostructures formed after ion impact has to be known in detail.

Introduction. Swift heavy ions (SHIs) are high energy ions whose energy loss processes in solids are mostly governed by electronic a SHI goes through a crystal, a damage region of cylindrical shape is formed along the ion trajectory in many insulators.The region is called (latent) ion track, which is amorphous in many crystals but crystalline in some crystals such as CaF 2.

Swift heavy ion irradiation of nanostructured materials. ov Oxide nanoparticles in the ODS alloys irradiated with swift heavy ions. in electron subsystem of irradiating material Nanostructuring may enhance localization of energy deposition in the ion trajectory region and affect the latent track formation process.

Abstract. The paper deals with nanostructuring of superconducting materials by means of swift heavy ion beams. The aim is to modify their structural, optical and electromagnetic properties in a controlled way, to provide possibility of making them functional for specific applications.

Swift heavy ion (SHI) irradiation using high electronic excitation is one of the promising techniques used to controllably engineer the size, shape, crystallinity and hence the physicochemical properties of nanostructured materials and by: Swift heavy ions and particles tracks in materials 1) Introduction: why radiation effects with swift heavy ions 2) MF/GSI and CIMAP Laboratories 3) Electronic energy deposition by swift heavy ions 4) Material sensitivity 5) Velocity effect and sputtering 6) Inelastic thermal spike model (i-TS model) – Metallic materials –Insulators.

Nanostructuring of surfaces and two-dimensional materials using swift heavy ions offers some unique possibilities owing to the deposition of a large amount of energy localized within a nanoscale volume surrounding the ion trajectory.

To fully exploit this feature, the morphology of nanostructures formed after ion impact has to be known in by: Swift heavy ions for materials engineering and nanostructuring. [Devesh Kumar Avasthi; G K Mehta] -- Ion beams have been used for decades for characterizing and analyzing materials.

Now energetic ion beams are providing ways to modify the materials in unprecedented ways. Nanostructuring few-layer graphene films with swift heavy ions for electronic application: tuning of electronic and transport properties - Nanoscale (RSC Publishing) The morphology and electronic properties of single and few-layer graphene films nanostructured by the impact of heavy high-energy ions have been studied.

Ion beams have been used for decades for characterizing and analyzing materials. Now energetic ion beams are providing ways to modify the materials in unprecedented ways. This book highlights the emergence of high-energy swift heavy ions as a tool for tailoring the properties of materials with nanoscale structures.

Swift heavy ions interact with materials by exciting/ionizing electrons without. The thermal processing of materials ranges from few fem to seconds by Swift Heavy Ion Implantation to about one second using advanced Rapid Thermal Annealing. This book offers after an historical excursus selected contributions on fundamental and applied aspects of thermal processing of classicalBrand: Springer International Publishing.

SWIFT HEAVY IONS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE D.K. Avasthi and D. Kanjilal There were more than eighty five experiments performed in the last one year as compared to fifty one experiments in the preceding year. The experiments were on polymers, metal-semiconductor interfaces, semiconductors, oxide materials, magnetic materials etc.

Defect engineering of single- and few-layer MoS2 by swift heavy ion irradiation Lukas Madauß, Oliver Ochedowski, Henning Lebius et al.-Response of GaN to energetic ion irradiation: conditions for ion track formation M Karlu i, R Kozubek, H Lebius et al.-On the threshold for ion track formation in CaF2 M Karlu i, C Ghica, R F Negrea et al   Swift heavy ion irradiation of bilayer MoS 2 (91 MeV Xe, nm –1, 2°).

(a) In general, SHI irradiation of MoS 2 bilayers leads to the creation of nano-incisions. (b) In one rare case, where the impinging SHI had exactly an azimuthal angle of = 60°, foldings were by:. MATERIALS MODIFICATION WITH SWIFTS HEAVY IONS i, al and Nuclear Science Centre, Post BoxNew Delhi, India Abstract Swift Heavy Ions (SHI) of various species in the energy range of 50 MeV to Mev provided by the 15 million volt Pelletron at NSC are being used for materials modification and.The effect of swift heavy ions irradiation on optical and electronic properties of chemically synthesized graphene–TiO2 nanocomposites is presented.

Modification of surface properties of these nanocomposites by irradiation with three different ions and with varying fluence was analyzed by Raman spectroscopy, transmission electron microscopy, and scanning Kelvin probe microscopy techniques.Raul I.

Palomares, Jacob Shamblin, Cameron L. Tracy, Joerg Neuefeind, Rodney C. Ewing, Christina Trautmann, Maik Lang. Defect accumulation in swift heavy ion-irradiated CeO 2 and ThO 2. Journal of Materials Chemistry A5 (24), DOI: / by: