Papers by Author: A.A. Mazilkin

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Authors: E.A. Steinman, Oleg Kononchuk, A.N. Tereshchenko, A.A. Mazilkin
Abstract: PL spectra of SOI wafers with buried oxide (BOX) layer were measured after dissolution annealing at 1200°. Depending on mutual orientation of starting base and top wafers different patterns of luminescence bands were observed after annealing. While the small fraction of luminescence clearly originated from dislocation related centers, another intensive band appeared in the range 0.8 – 0.95eV with certain dependence of maximum position on the twist misorientation. TEM investigation confirmed the existence of dislocation net at the interface. On the other hand some peculiarities of PL spectra did not support their relation to dislocations. Though a stepped chemical etch of surface layer confirmed the origin of new band being at the interface too. Therefore a nature of possible defects generated due to dissolution of BOX layer is discussed.
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Authors: O.B. Bodnar, I.M. Aristova, A.A. Mazilkin, A.N. Chaika, P.Yu Popov
Abstract: Theoretical base for non-destructive diffusion parameters determination technique in solids taking into account the dopant flux from the sample surface is presented. Diffusion of the nitrogen implanted in the tungsten single crystals was determined in temperature range 700–820°C. Surface concentration of nitrogen was obtained by Auger electron spectroscopy. Initial distribution of the nitrogen in subsurface region was measured by secondary-ion mass-spectroscopy. Two dopant atom fluxes found in subsurface region of the ion-implanted material are supposed to connect with the radiation damages and with the bulk diffusion mechanism.
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Authors: A.A. Mazilkin, Olga A. Kogtenkova, Boris B. Straumal, Ruslan Valiev, B. Baretzky
Abstract: Structure and phase composition of binary Al–Zn, Al–Mg and ternary Al–Zn–Mg alloys were studied before and after high pressure torsion (HPT) with shear strain 300. The size of (Al) grains and crystals of reinforcing second phases decreases drastically after HPT reaching nanometer range. As a result of HPT, the Zn-rich (Al) supersaturated solid solution decomposes completely and reaches the equilibrium state corresponding to room temperature. The decomposition is less pronounced for Al–Mg and Al–Zn–Mg alloys. We conclude that the severe plastic deformation of supersaturated solid solutions can be considered as a balance between deformation-induced disordering and deformation-accelerated diffusion towards the equilibrium state.
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Authors: A.A. Mazilkin, B. Baretzky, S. Enders, Olga A. Kogtenkova, Boris B. Straumal, Eugen Rabkin, Ruslan Valiev
Abstract: Microstructure and hardness of ternary Al–Zn–Mg alloys were studied both in as cast state and after high pressure torsion (HPT) with 5 torsions (shear strain about 6). The size of (Al) grains and of reinforcing second phase precipitates decreases drastically after HPT reaching nanometer range. During HPT, the Zn- and Mg-rich supersaturated (Al) solid solution decomposes and reaches the equilibrium state corresponding to the room temperature. In the as cast state the hardness of the supersaturated solid solutions increases with increasing Zn and Mg content due to the solid-solution hardening. However, after HPT the work hardening and Hall-Petch hardening due to the decreasing grain size competes with softening due to the decomposition of a supersaturated solid solution. In the net effect, the severe plastic deformation results in softening of ternary Al–Zn– Mg alloys.
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Authors: O.B. Bodnar, I.M. Aristova, A.A. Mazilkin, A.N. Chaika, L.N. Pronina
Abstract: Diffusion of nitrogen implanted in tungsten and molybdenum single crystals has been investigated at temperature about 0.3 Tm (Tm is the melting point). Existence of several dopant atom fluxes is found in subsurface region of the ion implanted material. The diffusion coefficients of the nitrogen connected with the radiation damages and that with the bulk diffusion mechanism are determined. Change of the nitrogen surface concentration has been measured by Auger electron spectroscopy. Initial distribution of the nitrogen and diffusion profiles for various annealing time have been determined by secondary-ion mass-spectroscopy technique. Transmission electron microscopy and X-ray diffraction investigations were used to study the microstructure and phase state of the implanted samples.
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Authors: B. Baretzky, M. Friesel, A. Petelin, A.A. Mazilkin, Boris B. Straumal
Abstract: The composition and microstructure of historic tongues and shallots from reed pipes of various Baroque organs has been studied. They contain Cu-Zn solid solution (α-brass with 23-29 wt. % Zn) and lead particles. Lead is mainly present as spherical bulk or lens-like grain boundary (GB) inclusions. However, in two samples Pb wets the brass GBs. In this case Pb forms the branched root-like structures. Grain size in brass scatters from 10 to 200 µm. Around 50% of all GBs in brass are Σ=3 twin GBs. The high-indexed coincidence site lattice facets were observed in twin GBs. The increase of number of various facets roughly correlates with decreasing grain size. It may indicate the variation in annealing temperature used by organbuilders in Baroque Era. The annealing temperature has been estimated using the faceting phase diagram for twin GBs in Cu.
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