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Crystallographic analysis of the solid-state dewetting of polycrystalline gold film using automated indexing in a transmission electron microscope
16.R. H. Brandon and F. J. Bradshaw, Technical Report, Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough,1966.
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We analyzed the effect of crystallographic anisotropy on the morphological evolution of a 12-nm-thick goldfilm during solid-state dewetting at high temperatures using automated indexing tool in a transmission electron microscopy. Dewetting initiated at grain-boundary triple junctions adjacent to large grains resulting from abnormal grain growth driven by (111) texture development. Voids at the junctions developed shapes with faceted edges bounded by low-index crystal planes. The kinetic mobility of the edges varied with the crystal orientation normal to the edges, with a predominance of specific edges with the slowest retraction rates as the annealing time was increased.
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