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We assume that a is the shortest non - vanishing translation in the translation

group . We choose coordinate axes so that a is parallel to the x axis . If now we

rotate a by an angle d , we get a new

= a ...

We assume that a is the shortest non - vanishing translation in the translation

group . We choose coordinate axes so that a is parallel to the x axis . If now we

rotate a by an angle d , we get a new

**vector**a ' with components az ' = a cos ; ay '= a ...

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The

long as the

from the origin in a given row in the reciprocal lattice corresponds to the nth order

...

The

**vector**r * ( hkl ) in the reciprocal lattice is in the same direction but n times aslong as the

**vector**corresponding to the true crystal plane . That is , the nth pointfrom the origin in a given row in the reciprocal lattice corresponds to the nth order

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The resulting strain pattern is that of the dislocation characterized jointly by the

boundary curve and the Burgers

one of a discrete set of lattice

The resulting strain pattern is that of the dislocation characterized jointly by the

boundary curve and the Burgers

**vector**. It is clear that the Burgers**vector**must beone of a discrete set of lattice

**vectors**that will allow the rewelding process to ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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