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Pacific Northwest National Laboratory scientists are studying tungsten copper alloys to better understand their mechanical properties and deformation mechanisms as a model material for future fusion reactors. The image shown depicts surface oxide formation along a crack wall. This work is funded by the Office of Fusion Energy Sciences.

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Document Title: Crack surface in a W-Cu alloy
Category: Science as Art
Media Type: Photos
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