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Grain boundary sliding and amorphization is responsible for the reverse Hall-Petch relation in superhard nanocrystalline boron carbide
(American Physical Society, 2018)
The recent observation of the reverse Hall-Petch relation in nanocrystalline ceramics offers a possible pathway to achieve enhanced ductility for traditional brittle ceramics via the nanosize effect, just as nanocrystalline ...