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the kinematic1 and dynamic2 theories of electron diffraction, it is possible to

make detailed analysis of the images to determine the number of dislocations,

their

technique is ...

the kinematic1 and dynamic2 theories of electron diffraction, it is possible to

make detailed analysis of the images to determine the number of dislocations,

their

**Burgers vectors**, and the slip planes on which they lie. However, thistechnique is ...

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5-6 Definition of unit tangent vector. does not close. The closure failure from finish

to start is the

circuit around the dislocation in the anticlockwise direction, the direction of the ...

5-6 Definition of unit tangent vector. does not close. The closure failure from finish

to start is the

**Burgers vector**b of the dislocation. (If we had made the Burgerscircuit around the dislocation in the anticlockwise direction, the direction of the ...

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At a node two dislocations with

resultant dislocation b3 . The vector b3 is given by the vector sum of bt and b2 .

Since the periodic force field of the crystal lattice requires that atoms must move ...

At a node two dislocations with

**Burgers vectors**bt and b2 combine to produce aresultant dislocation b3 . The vector b3 is given by the vector sum of bt and b2 .

Since the periodic force field of the crystal lattice requires that atoms must move ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 3 |

Elements of the Theory of Plasticity | 72 |

Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals | 105 |

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