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To a first approximation these forces cancel , and so the external stress required

to move a

cancellation will be even more λ C 1 . so F D68.833 E ' AO B I I Fig . 19.7 .

To a first approximation these forces cancel , and so the external stress required

to move a

**dislocation**will be quite small . If the**dislocation**line is not straight , thecancellation will be even more λ C 1 . so F D68.833 E ' AO B I I Fig . 19.7 .

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The resulting strain pattern is that of the

boundary curve and the Burgers vector . It is clear that the Burgers vector must be

one of a discrete set of lattice vectors that will allow the rewelding process to ...

The resulting strain pattern is that of the

**dislocation**characterized jointly by theboundary curve and the Burgers vector . It is clear that the Burgers vector must be

one of a discrete set of lattice vectors that will allow the rewelding process to ...

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A

we have seen how it can lead to the generation ... This type of

multiplication gives rise to slip and to the increased density of

plastic ...

A

**dislocation**segment pinned at each end is called a Frank - Read source , andwe have seen how it can lead to the generation ... This type of

**dislocation**multiplication gives rise to slip and to the increased density of

**dislocations**duringplastic ...

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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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