Séminaire virtuel TimeMan: "Comprendre des transformations de phase dans le joints de grains dans le cuivre par STEM avancé"Séminaire
Troisième séminaire dans le cadre de la série de webinaires TimeMan.
Titre: "Comprendre des transformations de phase dans le joints de grains dans le cuivre par STEM avancé "
Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, Düsseldorf, Allemagne
Recently, it has been revealed by atomistic simulations that grain boundaries can undergo phase transformations leading to changes in material properties such as grain boundary diffusion. While faceting transitions of grain boundaries upon segregation had been reported earlier in literature, changes in the atomistic structure of grain boundaries as a function of chemical composition and/or temperature are experimentally largely unexplored. The excellent resolution of aberration corrected scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) provides direct access to the atomic structure of grain boundaries and their chemistry. In our studies we used bicrystals prepared in form of thin metallic films grown epitaxially on (0001) alpha Al2O3 substrates to study grain boundaries and their transitions in Cu. Bridgeman grown Cu bicrystals were alloyed with Ag to promote chemically driven grain boundary transitions.
In all cases grain boundary phase transitions or coexistence of two phase at the same grain boundary were observed. The structure motifs are discussed and compared to computational modelling. Strategies to determine experimentally whether grain boundary phases also impact material properties will be reported.
Acknowledgements: N. Peter, T. Meiners, J. Duarte, H. Bishara, C. Liebscher and T. Frolov are gratefully acknowledged for their scientific contributions. Part of this research has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 787446; GB-CORRELATE).Le lien zoom pour le séminaire: https://univ-lille-fr.zoom.us/j/93223340244 ID de la réunion: 932 2334 0244