## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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SCREW

type of

is parallel to the

SCREW

**DISLOCATIONS**AND**DISLOCATION**RINGS The second fundamentaltype of

**dislocation**is the Burgers or screw**dislocation**( Fig . 16 . 5 ) . Here the slipis parallel to the

**dislocation**line rather than perpendicular as in the edge ...Page 310

An applied shear stress causes BC to curve as shown and to generate a

succession of

quenching , an alloy in the form of a supersaturated solid solution is mechanically

soft .

An applied shear stress causes BC to curve as shown and to generate a

succession of

**dislocation**rings . PRECIPITATION HARDENING Directly afterquenching , an alloy in the form of a supersaturated solid solution is mechanically

soft .

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move a

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To a first approximation these forces cancel , so that the external force required to

move a

**dislocation**will be quite small . If the**dislocation**line is not straight , thecancellation will be even more compaaaaaa paaaaaa eo oo o o o o oo o o ܕ ܘ

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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