Fudan Univ, Inst Modern Phys, Appl Ion Beam Phys Lab, Shanghai 200433, Peoples R China
; Chinese Acad Sci, Inst High Energy Phys, Lab Nucl Anal Tech, Beijing 100049, Peoples R China
; China Univ Petr E China, Coll Phys Sci & Technol, Dongying 257061, Peoples R China
Helium-containing Ti films are prepared using magnetron sputtering in the helium-argon atmosphere. Isochronal annealing at different temperatures for an hour is employed to reveal the behaviour of helium bubble grown. Ion beam analysis is used to measure the retained helium content. Helium can release largely when annealing above 970K. A thermal helium desorption spectroscopy system is constructed for assessment of the evolution of helium bubbles in the annealed samples by linear heating (0.4/s) from room temperature to 1500K. Also, Doppler broadening measurements of position annihilation radiation spectrum are performed by using changeable energy position beam. Bubble coarsening evolves gradually below 680K, migration and coalescence of small bubbles dominates in the range of 680-970K, and the Ostwald ripening mechanism enlarges the bubbles with massive release above 970K.
Liu, CZ,Zhou, ZY,Shi, LQ,et al. Annealing behaviour of helium bubbles in titanium films by thermal desorption spectroscopy and positron beam analysis[J]. CHINESE PHYSICS LETTERS,2007,24(8):2357-2360.
Liu, CZ.,Zhou, ZY.,Shi, LQ.,Wang, BY.,Hao, XP.,...&郝小鹏.(2007).Annealing behaviour of helium bubbles in titanium films by thermal desorption spectroscopy and positron beam analysis.CHINESE PHYSICS LETTERS,24(8),2357-2360.
Liu, CZ,et al."Annealing behaviour of helium bubbles in titanium films by thermal desorption spectroscopy and positron beam analysis".CHINESE PHYSICS LETTERS 24.8(2007):2357-2360.