Journal de physique iv vol:7 issue:C5 pages:149-154
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Defect structures in CuZr martensite are studied by conventional and high-resolution transmission electron microscopy. Two different types of planar defects are observed. It is concluded that both defect types can be inherited from anti-phase boundaries in the austenite phase. With respect to the martensitic transformation, both defect types can be explained by the different shuffles of atoms after or during the distortion to the monoclinic angle.