Induced amorphization in pyrographite by radiation using high voltage transmission electron microscope

Pedro A.Tamayo Meza, Pablo Schabes Retchkiman, A. Flores H. Luis, V. A. Yermishkin, Carlos F.Ordáz Yañez, Hammurabi Sierra

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A high dose of electron irradiation generates amorphous zones with critical vacancy concentrations in the pyrographite. The degree of disorder "α" of amorphization of Graphite, natural graphite, pyrographite and polycrystal pyrographite are analyzed as a function of time "t", and the amorphization kinetics under different voltages inside the HVTEM. © (2011) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.
Original languageAmerican English
Title of host publicationInduced amorphization in pyrographite by radiation using high voltage transmission electron microscope
Pages2026-2036
Number of pages1822
ISBN (Electronic)9783037851913
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StatePublished - 1 Aug 2011
EventAdvanced Materials Research -
Duration: 25 Oct 2013 → …

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NameAdvanced Materials Research
Volume284-286
ISSN (Print)1022-6680

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Meza, P. A. T., Retchkiman, P. S., Luis, A. F. H., Yermishkin, V. A., Yañez, C. F. O., & Sierra, H. (2011). Induced amorphization in pyrographite by radiation using high voltage transmission electron microscope. In Induced amorphization in pyrographite by radiation using high voltage transmission electron microscope (pp. 2026-2036). (Advanced Materials Research; Vol. 284-286). https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.284-286.2026
Meza, Pedro A.Tamayo ; Retchkiman, Pablo Schabes ; Luis, A. Flores H. ; Yermishkin, V. A. ; Yañez, Carlos F.Ordáz ; Sierra, Hammurabi. / Induced amorphization in pyrographite by radiation using high voltage transmission electron microscope. Induced amorphization in pyrographite by radiation using high voltage transmission electron microscope. 2011. pp. 2026-2036 (Advanced Materials Research).
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