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A Novel Method for In Situ Electromechanical Characterization of Nanoscale Specimens

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10.3791/55735-v

7:15 min

June 2nd, 2017

June 2nd, 2017

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1Materials Science and Technology Division, US Naval Research Laboratory, 2American Society for Engineering Education—Naval Research Laboratory (ASEE-NRL), 3Leidos Corporation

Isolating electrical and thermal effects on electrically assisted deformation (EAD) is very difficult using macroscopic samples. Metallic sample micro- and nanostructures together with a custom test procedure have been developed to evaluate the impact of applied current on the formation without joule heating and evolution of dislocations on these samples.

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