## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 3 |

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It should be emphasized that, of all the

the X-ray pole figure of cold-rolled copper, the {358}<523>

seems to be most 0 RD 10 20 30 40 50 60 Q [degrees] 70 80 90 TO Fig. 25.

It should be emphasized that, of all the

**ideal orientations**proposed to describethe X-ray pole figure of cold-rolled copper, the {358}<523>

**ideal orientation**seems to be most 0 RD 10 20 30 40 50 60 Q [degrees] 70 80 90 TO Fig. 25.

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However, this does not rule out other choices of

consistent with the pole figure and the modulus data. Figure 25 shows as a solid

curve the modulus variation measured on a sample of re- crystallized Cu-1% Zn.

However, this does not rule out other choices of

**ideal orientations**which areconsistent with the pole figure and the modulus data. Figure 25 shows as a solid

curve the modulus variation measured on a sample of re- crystallized Cu-1% Zn.

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However, the calculation of the angular variation of Young's modulus in an

anisotropic polycrystal is useful as a means of determining whether or not an

assumed

shows ...

However, the calculation of the angular variation of Young's modulus in an

anisotropic polycrystal is useful as a means of determining whether or not an

assumed

**ideal orientation**is consistent with modulus measurements. Figure 24shows ...

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