Primary radiation damage: A review of current understanding and models

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Primary radiation damage: A review of current understanding and models. / Nordlund, Kai; Zinkle, Steve J.; Sand, Andrea E.; Granberg, Fredric; Averback, Robert S.; Stoller, Roger E.; Suzudo, Tomoaki; Malerba, Lorenzo; Banhart, Florian; Weber, William J.; Willaime, François; Dudarev, Sergei; Simeone, David.

In: Journal of Nuclear Materials, Vol. 512, 19.10.2018, p. 450-479.

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Nordlund, K, Zinkle, SJ, Sand, AE, Granberg, F, Averback, RS, Stoller, RE, Suzudo, T, Malerba, L, Banhart, F, Weber, WJ, Willaime, F, Dudarev, S & Simeone, D 2018, 'Primary radiation damage: A review of current understanding and models', Journal of Nuclear Materials, vol. 512, pp. 450-479. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jnucmat.2018.10.027

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Nordlund, K., Zinkle, S. J., Sand, A. E., Granberg, F., Averback, R. S., Stoller, R. E., ... Simeone, D. (2018). Primary radiation damage: A review of current understanding and models. Journal of Nuclear Materials, 512, 450-479. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jnucmat.2018.10.027

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Nordlund K, Zinkle SJ, Sand AE, Granberg F, Averback RS, Stoller RE et al. Primary radiation damage: A review of current understanding and models. Journal of Nuclear Materials. 2018 Oct 19;512:450-479. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jnucmat.2018.10.027

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Nordlund, Kai ; Zinkle, Steve J. ; Sand, Andrea E. ; Granberg, Fredric ; Averback, Robert S. ; Stoller, Roger E. ; Suzudo, Tomoaki ; Malerba, Lorenzo ; Banhart, Florian ; Weber, William J. ; Willaime, François ; Dudarev, Sergei ; Simeone, David. / Primary radiation damage: A review of current understanding and models. In: Journal of Nuclear Materials. 2018 ; Vol. 512. pp. 450-479.

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