MRS Proc. 1998 DOI: 10.1557/proc-524-43 View full text
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G. C. Butler, A. Guvenilir, D. L. McDowell, S. R. Stock

Abstract: ABSTRACTPolychromatic synchrotron x-ray microbeams offer a very efficient alternative to electron beam methods for quantifying the amount and character of grain subdivision accompanying large deformations. With a 0.01 mm diameter collimator, bending magnet radiation from a 3.0 GeV source and image storage plates, samples of copper with thicknesses greater than 0.1 mm have been studied. Results from an as-received sample and a sample deformed to 100% torsion are compared and illustrate how efficiently grain sub…

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