Ion Tracks in Apatite and Quartz and Their Behaviour with Temperature and Pressure
Interaction between high energetic particles and matter typically leads to structural damage of the irradiated material. Swift heavy ions predominantly interact with a solid by exciting its electrons. The energy transfer from the electrons to the atoms can lead to the formation of so-called ion tracks. These represent damage regions of cylindrical shape, which surround the entire length of the ion trajectory with a radial size of several nanometres. In...[Show more]
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