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Atomic scale investigations of alloy structures

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The ability to experimentally probe the chemical structure of materials at the atomic scale is key to ultimately control material properties. Atom probe tomography is a unique technique that allows the chemical investigation of small volume of materials with near atomic resolution, allowing the quantitative study of atomic scale phenomena. I will present examples illustrating how atom probe tomography can be used to characterize the structure of selected alloys and contribute to our understanding of the atomistic and nanoscale processes that underpin the kinetics evolution and equilibrium of solute distributions in metallic systems.

This talk is part of the Electron Microscopy Group Seminars series.

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