## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 4 |

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The equilibrium separation distance, d0, between partial dislocations is given by

d0 oc GbMy (3) where G is the shear modulus in the slip plane, and b2 are

Burgers vectors of the two partials, and y is the

fault ...

The equilibrium separation distance, d0, between partial dislocations is given by

d0 oc GbMy (3) where G is the shear modulus in the slip plane, and b2 are

Burgers vectors of the two partials, and y is the

**stacking fault energy**. Stackingfault ...

Page 118

Theoretical calculations indicate that the equilibrium separation of partial

dislocations with

1.6, 12, and 50 interatomic distances for edge dislocations and 1, 5, and 7

interatomic ...

Theoretical calculations indicate that the equilibrium separation of partial

dislocations with

**stacking fault energies**of 200, 40, and 20 erg/cm2 are around1.6, 12, and 50 interatomic distances for edge dislocations and 1, 5, and 7

interatomic ...

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For example, the chemical interaction is expected to be more significant the more

rapidly solute additions decrease the

Because the

For example, the chemical interaction is expected to be more significant the more

rapidly solute additions decrease the

**stacking fault energy**of the alloy [Eq. (9)].Because the

**stacking fault energy**is expected to approach zero at the solubility ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Microstructural Characterization of Thin Films | 2 |

Fundamental Concepts of Diffraction | 4 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

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