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Surface modification and deuterium retention in tungsten and molybdenum exposed to low-energy, high flux deuterium plasmas

低エネルギー高フラックス重水素プラズマ照射したタングステンとモリブデンの重水素リテンション

Alimov, V.; 洲 亘; Roth, J.*; Komarov, D. A.*; Lindig, S.*; 磯部 兼嗣; 中村 博文; 山西 敏彦

Alimov, V.; Shu, Wataru; Roth, J.*; Komarov, D. A.*; Lindig, S.*; Isobe, Kanetsugu; Nakamura, Hirofumi; Yamanishi, Toshihiko

This work deals with deuterium retention in single-crystalline and polycrystalline W and Mo exposed to low-energy (38-200 eV/D) and high ion flux deuterium plasmas at temperatures in the range from 303 to 783 K. The D retention and depth profiles were examined with thermal desorption spectroscopy (TDS) and the nuclear reaction. The surface morphology of the plasma-exposed W and Mo samples was investigated by scanning electron microscope. In W and Mo single-crystalline and polycrystalline materials exposed to the 38 and 200 eV D plasmas to ion fluences, in the range from 2E24 to 1E26 D/m$$^{2}$$, the D retention increases with the exposure and then decreases as the temperature grows further. For polycrystalline samples exposed at temperatures above 350 K, the D retention in the bulk (far beyond the ion range) is dominant.

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