The Use of Ion Implantation for Materials Processing.
Annual progress Rept. 1 Oct 84-30 Sep 85,
NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC
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An interdisciplinary program on the use of ion implantation for materials processing is being conducted at NRL. This report describes the important factors in ion implantation science and technology and reports progress in the use of ion implantation to modify friction, wear, fatigue, corrosion, optical and magnetic properties of materials. Keywords Auger electron spectroscopy Corrosion Ion beam Deposition Rutherford backscattering.
- Radiation and Nuclear Chemistry