Electron microscopy
Crystallization Speed
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For some materials, e.g. GexSbyTez (GST), a higher vacancy concentration results in a higher crystallization speed. [1]






[1] Wuttig, M., et. al., “The role of vacancies and local distortions in the design of new phase-change materials”, Nature Materials, Vol 6, February 2007, p. 122.



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