Interaction between recoil-implanted111In impurities and radiation damage in silver View Full Text


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1977-09

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L. Thomé, H. Bernas

ABSTRACT

We report a study of the impurity-radiation damage interaction for In in silver. Time-differential perturbed angular correlation experiments were carried out on111Cd, the radioactive daughter of111In produced and recoiled in Ag following the109Ag(α, 2n)111In nuclear reaction. All irradiations were performed at 80 K. The dose-rate and annealing temperature dependences of the defect-induced quadrupole interaction on111Cd were investigated. Clear differences are observed between the effects of correlated damage (the impurity interacting with the damage created by its own recoil) and uncorrelated damage (where the impurity is submitted to the influence of other damage cascades). In the former case (low dose-rate experiments), about 6% of the111In impurities are subject to a well-defined quadrupole interaction which is ascribed to a near-neighbor vacancy. This proportion is temperature-independent up to 500 K, but the amplitude of the quadrupole frequency is reduced by a factor of three between 300 and 400 K. Assuming vacancy release by the impurity, this would lead to a binding energy of 0.34(15) eV. The remainder of the111In nuclei are subject to a distribution of quadrupole interactions presumably due to a statistical repartition of lattice defects at some distance from the impurities. The width of the distribution changes upon annealing: a clear transition takes place at 200 K, which is the divacancy mobility threshold in Ag deduced from resistivity experiments. When cascade overlap occurs (high dose-rate experiments), no impurity-defect trapping is evidenced but a distribution of quadrupole interactions due to surrounding damage is still found. From these experiments, an order of magnitude of the damage cascade “size” is deduced. Our results are discussed in terms of available information on the impurity-damage interaction in various hosts; a compilation of all results on the impurity-vacancy interaction known to us is also presented in the paper. More... »

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361-380

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