The formation of the microstructure in the course of annealing of cryogenically deformed copper is investigated. It is shown that this material is very unstable, and the primary recrystallization in it is finished already after 1-h annealing at 150 C. The formation of the microstructure and texture in the course of the recrystallization are determined by the selective growth of grains with orientations close to (90;27;45), (80;31;35), and (55;30/60;0).
- deformed copper
- low temperature annealing
- primary recrystallization
- selective growth
Konkova, T. N., Mironov, S. Y., Korznikov, A. V., & Myshlyaev, M. M. (2013). Formation of the microstructure in the course of low-temperature annealing of cryogenically deformed copper. Doklady Physics, 58(6), 240-243. https://doi.org/10.1134/S1028335813060062