Single-Phase Filamentary Cellular Breakdown Via Laser-Induced Solute Segregation
Nanosecond melting and quenching of materials offers a pathway to novel structures with unusual properties. Impurity-rich silicon processed using nanosecond-pulsed-laser-melting is known to produce nanoscale features in a process referred to as "cellular
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