Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Year: 2019
Volume: 14
Issue: 16
Page No. 5706 - 5709

Investigation of Defect Properties in Titanium Nitride Obtained by Laser Sintering

Authors : E.A. Konstantinova, A.S. Ilin, A.V. Pavlikov and P.A. Forsh

Abstract: We present an investigation of titanium nitride samples obtained by additive technologies using EPR-spectroscopy. It was established that the main type of defects in this material is nitrogen atoms with unpaired electrons (N-radicals). It was found that the defect concentration increases by two times under illumination. This effect is reversible which is evidenced by the charge exchange of the N-centers. The data obtained may be useful for producing coatings based on the investigated samples.

How to cite this article:

E.A. Konstantinova, A.S. Ilin, A.V. Pavlikov and P.A. Forsh, 2019. Investigation of Defect Properties in Titanium Nitride Obtained by Laser Sintering. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 14: 5706-5709.

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