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|Figure 1||Figure 1||Images showing experimental setup including (a) a schematic diagram of the entire assembly, (b) photograph of the clamped samples, (c) larger scale schematic of the sample clamping assembly and location of thermocouples (TC) and (d) a photograph of the entire experimental assembly. Arrows and colours indicative of water coolant flow direction and relative temperature.||0||CF/18/367||Download|
|Figure 2||Figure 2||a) nanohardness and b) modulus, of four samples irradiated simultaneously. Top panel shows the non-irradiated and bottom panel shows the results from the irradiated surface. The red labels in (a) show which indents lift-outs were taken from for the four sub-samples C0, C1, H1 and H0. The horizontal grey band shows the value of the as-received material for comparison.||1||CF/18/369||Download|
|Figure 3||Figure 3||Change in nanohardness as function of irradiation temperature. Black line shows the side of the sample annealed during the irradiation but not irradiated. Red line shows the irradiated surface. Fit is given by local regression, grey band indicates 95% confidence interval for fit. Blue line and crosses are literature data [https://doi.org/10.1016/0022-3115(94)90093-0].||0||CF/18/370||Download|
|Figure 4||Figure 4||Cold-irradiated sample, bright field TEM image showing the full depth of the ion-implanted layer. The Bragg peak has a SRIM damage-dose of 0.39 dpa.||0||CF/18/371||Download|
|Figure 5||Figure 5||Integrated Cr EDS signal for C0, C1, H1 and H0. The top of the image is the surface of the sample and the Bragg peak depth (~900 nm) is labelled near the bottom of the image. Only C1 and H1 were irradiated (0.39 dpa).||0||CF/18/372||Download|
|Figure 6||Figure 6||10 nm thick slices of reconstructed atom probe data. One sample volume from each of the irradiation conditions, C/H for cold/hot and 1/0 for 0.4 and 0 dpa. Zr and Li ions are shown separately for clarity.||0||CF/18/373||Download|
|Figure 7||Particle radius histograms for each sample condition. Measured particle radius is calculated from the number of Cr atoms (see Methods section). Black vertical line marks the mean particle radius.||0||CF/18/374||Download|
|Table 1||Table 1||Linear fit data for hardness versus irradiation temperature for each sample and the average for all samples. The intercept value is taken at Tirr = 0 °C.||0||CF/18/375||Download|
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