Influence of low-temperature annealing on the microstructure of cryogenically deformed copper

Kon'kova, Tatyana and Mironov, S. Yu and Korznikov, A. V. and Myshlyaev, M. M. (2014) Influence of low-temperature annealing on the microstructure of cryogenically deformed copper. Physics of the Solid State, 56 (2). pp. 235-241. ISSN 1090-6460

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Abstract

The microstructure formation during annealing of cryogenically deformed copper was studied. It was shown that the primary recrystallization was completed already after a one-hour annealing at 150°C. It was found out that grains with the crystallographic orientation close to {112}〈111〉, {4; 4; 11}〈11; 11; 8〉, {110}〈122〉, and {130}〈132〉 had an advantage in the growth, which, apparently, was associated with a relatively low energy stored during the deformation.