Degradation of the Crystalline Structure of ZnS Ceramics under Abrasive Damage View Full Text


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2018-04

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I. P. Shcherbakov, A. A. Dunaev, A. E. Chmel

ABSTRACT

Stability of optical elements based on ZnS ceramics to dust and rain erosion is usually estimated from the loss of material mass in a directional flow of solid particles or atmospheric precipitates. In this case, the mechanism of degradation and fracture of the surface layer of an optical element is not considered. The photoluminescence (PL) method was used for investigating the crystal lattice response to the abrasive action and the formation of cleavage in ZnS ceramics, which differ in manufacturing technology and, accordingly, in the grain size by two orders of magnitude. It is shown that during abrasive treatment of samples, their spectra exhibit changes typical of degradation of the crystal lattice of material grains. The PL spectra of cleavage surfaces reveal almost complete degradation of the structure of crystallite grains with a size from 1–2 to 100–200 μm. More... »

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615-617

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