Advances in X-Ray Analysis: Volume 33 by B. K. Tanner (auth.), Charles S. Barrett, John V.

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Phys. Letters, 50, 725 (1987). M. Hershkovitz, I. A. Blech and Y. Komem, "Stress Relaxation in Thin Al Films", Thin Solid Films, 130, 87 (1985). G. -A. Nicolet, T. , Q. Ye, Y. C. Kao and K. L. Wang, "Thermal Strain Measurements in Epitaxial CoSi 2 /Si by Double Crystal X-ray Diffraction, in MRS Soc. , 130, pg. 35, Pittsburgh, PA (1989). DEFORMATION, RECOVERY AND STRESS CORROSION CRACKING OF NICKEL-BASE ALLOY 600 BY X-RAY ROCKING-CURVE MEASUREMENTS Chi Fung Lo, Gajiang Feng, William E. O. Box 909 Piscataway, NJ 08855-0909 ABSTRACT The aim of this investigation was the establishment of a quantitative link between micro and macrodeformation and kinetic recovery of nickel-base Alloy 600 as well as the early detection of microcracks in this alloy when exposed to stress corrosion.

W. Chung and L. M. Keer. All of the results on stresses in Al alloy interconnect material (Figs. 4 and 5) are those of Ms. D. candidate at Northwestern University. Prof. P. Georgopoulos demonstrated to us the usefullness of plating rotating anode targets. REFERENCES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. F. G. Yost, A. D. Romig, Jr. and R. J. Bourger, "Stress Driven Diffusive Voiding of AI-Conductor Lines: A Model for Time Dependent Failure", SAND 88-0946-UC-25-Sandia National Laboratory (1988). A. Segmuller, I.

03 wt. 2 wt. 4 wt. 6 wt. 25 wt. 2 wt. 37 wt. 26 wt. 26 wt. 001 wt. 009 wt. 003 wt. % B. Tensile samples were prepared by cutting longitudinal strips from the tubes and annealing at 704°C for 15 hr. Prior to deformation, the samples were electropolished to remove a thin ground surface layer and any residual oxide layer. The grain size of the material ranged between 10 and 100 ~m. 4% plastic strain. en after which the samples were sectioned by electrospark cutting for the transmission electron-microscopy (TEM) studies.

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