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Metallic multilayers are good model systems to explore the effects of heterophase interfaces in reducing radiation damage in structural materials. We summarize recent studies on radiation damage in immiscible face-centered cubic/body-centered cubic metallic multilayers, in particular Cu/V and Cu/Nb. These multilayers have shown unique characteristics compared to bulk metals under irradiation, including several orders of magnitude higher He solid solubility, dramatic reduction of bubble density, interface confined growth of He bubbles, and much lower radiation hardening. The mechanisms for interface enhanced radiation tolerance are briefly discussed. 2010 TMS.
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Zhang, X., Fu, E. G., Misra, A., & Demkowicz, M. J.