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Grain boundary groove in NiAl

Grain boundary groove in NiAl

Electron backscattering diffraction

Electron backscattering diffraction from a single NiAl grain

Pb particles in the whiskers “forest”

Pb particles in the whiskers “forest” on the surface of Fe
(Jean-Philippe Monchoux)

Anisotropic grain boundary groove in NiAl

Anisotropic grain boundary groove in NiAl

Hillock formed

Hillock formed as a result of grain boundary migration

Mo bicrystal

Grain boundary groove in Mo bicrystal

Solid State Thermodynamics

“Inverse” AFM images of the sharp Si tip (a-b) and of Berkovich indenter obtained with the aid of calibrating
grating with sharp Si tips (Tal Eliash).

grain boundaries and triple

Nanoindentation marks at the grain boundaries and triple
junction in Mo tricrystal (Tal Eliash)

Bi-crystalline Au particle on sapphire

Bi-crystalline Au particle on sapphire transforms into single
crystals, which remains stable after subsequent annealings
(Oleg Malyi)

Grain boundary grooves in ultrafine grain Cu

Grain boundary grooves in ultrafine grain Cu after recrystallization (a, c), and after high-temperature relaxation (b, d) (Yaron Amouyal)

Evolution of hexagonal holes

Evolution of hexagonal holes in single crystalline Au-Fe thin film (Dor Amram)

An agreement between the thermodynamic model

An agreement between the thermodynamic model
(red line) and experimental data (dots) on equilibrium
hydrogen pressures for Mg3Cd alloy (Vladimir Skripnyuk)

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) in Mg-CNTs composite

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) in Mg-CNTs composite with
improved hydrogen storage properties(Vladimir Skripnyuk)