A Comparison Between High- and Low-Energy Ion Mixing

Abstract

Diffusion in a thermal spike is shown to be the dominant mechanism for both high-and low-energy ion mixing. The similarity between high- and low-energy ion mixing is the result of the fractal nature of collision cascades.

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Cheng, Y.T., Cirlin, E.H., Clemens, B.M. et al. A Comparison Between High- and Low-Energy Ion Mixing. MRS Online Proceedings Library 128, 189–194 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1557/PROC-128-189

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