Thermal evolution of the indentation-induced phases of silicon
Novel phases of Si that are predicted to have industrially desirable properties can be recovered after indentation-induced pressure. However, the thermal stability of these phases is not well understood. Furthermore, in the past, different methods of annealing have resulted in conflicting reports on annealing stability and transformation pathways. This study investigates the thermal stability of several metastable Si phases called r8-Si, bc8-Si, hd-Si, and Si-XIII under furnace annealing,...[Show more]
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