Труды XXV Международной конференции "Радиационная физика твердого тела" (Севастополь, 6-11 июля 2015г.)
The method of detection of recoil nuclei of hydrogen deuterium I (ERDA) studied the accumulation and redistribution of deuterium and hydrogen at high temperature pulsed action deuterium plasma (IVTDP) on the "Plasma Focus" (PF-4) in the assembly of the two Ni, Ti and Zr foils of high purity . It was found that when IVTDP redistribution of implanted deuterium and hydrogen gas impurities to great depths in the assemblies of the studied Zr, Ni and Ti foil, greatly exceeding the ranges of deuterium ions (at their maximum speeds of up to 108 cm / s). As in earlier studies, the observed phenomenon can be explained by: a) removal of the implanted deuterium and hydrogen under the influence of powerful shock waves formed in the metal foil by IVTDP and (or) the acceleration of the diffusion of atoms of deuterium and hydrogen under the influence of a compression wave, the dilution the shock wave front with the redistribution of deuterium and hydrogen to great depths. A similar behavior is found in assemblies of two or three or more foils of nickel, vanadium, niobium, tantalum, different thicknesses, including assembly and foils of different materials, which have been well studied.
Assemblies of Ta | CD2 | Ta, Ta | Ta | CD2 | Ta | Ta and Nb | CD2 | Nb foils were irradiated 30th pulses of high-argon plasma on the "plasma focus" (PF-4). After irradiation, all the samples were investigated by foils registration recoil hydrogen and deuterium (ERDA) on both sides of each foil. It found redistribution of hydrogen and deuterium in stacks of foils. Experimental results for lung penetration ultradeep gaseous impurities: hydrogen and deuterium are explained based on the effects of shock waves on the foil and accelerated diffusion by an external force.