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A study of the charge state approach to the stopping power of MeV B, N and O ions in carbon 58 53 0
Application of low energy ion scattering to alloy surfaces and surface alloys 98 96 0
Structure and deuterium retention properties of tungsten layers deposited by plasma sputtering in a mixed atmosphere of D₂ and He 4 4 0
Field ionization detectors: a comparative model 71 68 0
Damage tolerance of Ti₃SiC₂ to high energy iodine irradiation 7 7 0
The potential for Australian involvement in ITER 105 94 0
Surface analysis methods in materials science 175 157 0
Modelling and measurement of A1 interlayer diffusion in Pd(100): a low-energy ion scattering study 123 110 5
Science communication: a contemporary definition 1528 1259 0
Potential ternary compounds for first wall applications 224 208 4
Micro impact testing of lead free solder joints 110 91 0
Comparative analysis of Ti₃SiC₂ and associated compounds using x-ray diffraction and x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy 115 107 0
Damage accumulation and recovery in C+ -irradiated Ti3SiC2 16 15 0
Determination of deuterium adsorption site on palladium(100) using low energy ion recoil spectroscopy 86 81 0
Submonolayer alloying of copper on vicinal platinum: a combined atom and ion scattering study 126 119 3
Comparison of hydrogen and deuterium adsorption on Pd(100) 111 107 0
Deuterium retention in the carbon co-deposition layers deposited by magnetron sputtering in D₂/He atmosphere 17 15 0
Stability and structure of O/Pt/Rh(1 0 0): a LEIS and LEED study 64 60 0
Measurements of the stopping forces for heavy ions in Ge, Ag and Au using novel polka-dot' detectors 113 103 0
The development of a stopping power predictor for ions with energies of 0.1-1.0 MeV/u in elemental targets 44 37 0
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