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Meeting 2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Atom Probe Tomography for Advanced Characterization of Metals, Minerals and Materials
Presentation Title Issues with Atom Probe Quantification of Nitrogen in Steels
Author(s) Frederic Danoix, Raphaële Danoix, Andrius Martinavicius, Mohamed GOUNE, Hugo Van Lendeghem, François Vurpillot
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Frederic Danoix
Abstract Scope Even if it is not as widespread as carbon in the steels, nitrogen is an important alloying element, used also for surface processing. As the FeN phase diagram shows important similarities with the Fe-C one, potentially opening a low-cost high-performance ‘nitrogen metallurgy’ route. However, similarly to carbon, nitrogen is a light element difficult to trace and quantify at the sub micrometer scale with conventional techniques. Atom probe tomography can play a central role in nitrogen metrology, provided some analytical aspects are clarified. Probably the most important one is the overlap between Si2+ (a major alloying element in modern steels) and N+ at 14 Da in APT mass spectra. We will discuss this aspect on the basis of the use of 15N isotopically enriched steels. We will also discuss and illustrate the potential for separation of the two contributions of N and Si peaks at 14 Da with current instruments.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume


A Critical Comparison of APT Characterization of Nanoscale Precipitates in Iron Based Alloys with a Range of Other Techniques
A New Approach to Detect Clusters of Varying Density in Atom Probe Tomography and its Applications to Oxide-dispersion Strengthened Alloys
Advanced APT Simulations by Combining Electrostatics with Molecular Dynamics
Application of APT in Understanding Thermal Embrittlement of a Duplex Stainless Steel
Applications of APT in Characterization of Magnesium Alloys – A Tool to Develop Heat-Treatable Wrought Magnesium Alloys
APT Studies of Cu-Mn-Ni-Si Precipitate Phase Selection for the Wide Range of RPV Steel Compositions Irradiated in UCSB ATR-1 & ATR-2
Atom-probe Tomography of Materials with Nanometer-Range Characteristic Dimensions
Atom Probe Tomography and Correlative Microscopy of Uranium-10 wt% Molybdenum Alloy Nuclear Fuels
Chemical Imaging of Interfaces and Interphases in Tooth Biominerals
Core/Triple Shell Precipitates in Al-Er-Sc-Zr-(V,Nb,Ta) Alloys
Correlative Transmission EBSD-APT Analysis of Grain Boundaries in Additively Manufactured Nickel-base Superalloy Inconel-738LC
Deformation-induced Mg Redistribution in Al-Mg Alloys Revealed Using Atom Probe Tomography
Direct Observation of Hydrogen in Ti Alloys by Atom Probe Tomography
Effect of Pre-strain on the Solute Clustering, Mechanical Properties, and Work-hardening of a Naturally Aged Al-Cu-Mg Alloy
From Imaging to Quantitative Atom Probe Tomography of Irradiated Microstructures
Grain Boundary Chemistry of Dual Main Phase Nd-Ce-Fe-B As-sintered Magnets Revealed by Atom Probe Tomography
Instrumentation Developments for Emerging Metals and Minerals Applications of Atom Probe Tomography
Investigation of Carbon Redistribution in Martensite during Room Temperature Aging by Correlative TEM and APT
Issues with Atom Probe Quantification of Nitrogen in Steels
Long-range Ordered Nanoscale Domains in an Fe-Co-Mo Maraging Steel, an Atom Probe Microscopy and Neutron Diffraction Study
Modeling Atom Probe Tomography: A Path for Diagnosis and Treatment of Reconstruction Artifacts Symptoms
Multi-dimensional Multi-scale Investigation on Solute Partitioning Behaviours and Redistribution ahead of Solidification Fronts
Nanoscale Phase Separation and Precipitation in AlCoCrFeNi High Entropy Alloys as Studied by Atom Probe Tomography
New Experimental APT Methods for the Analysis of Nanoparticles
Non-diffusive Drag Effect in APT of AlCu Alloy
Partitioning Behavior of Group VB Transition Metals in L12-Strengthened Aluminum Alloys
Perspectives for APT Characterisation of Structural Materials for Nuclear Reactor Applications
Phase Transformations in Titanium Alloys
Secondary Phase and Precipitate Characterization of a Fe25Co25Ni25Al10Ti15 HEA Using Atom Probe Tomography
Segregations at Defects and Interfaces and their Relations to Properties
Spinodal Decomposition and Periodic Segregation in Grain Boundaries on Al Alloy
Studying the Distribution of Trace Elements in Zircon: Deformation and Standards
The Evolution of the Atom-Probe

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