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Physics of Ice
1. Introduction 1.1 The importance of ice 1.2 The physics of ice and structure of the book 1.3 The water molecule 1.4 The hydrogen bond 2. Ice Ih 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Crystal structure 2.3 Zero-pointExpand
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Charged dislocations in ionic crystals
Abstract Experiments and theories concerning charged dislocations in alkali halide crystals are reviewed in detail, with particular attention to the way in which the experiments should be interpretedExpand
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Properties of II–VI semiconductors associated with moving dislocations
Abstract Moving dislocations in II–VI semiconductors carry a large electric charge. This charge is not in thermal equilibrium, but is due to the sweeping up of electrons from point defects. ItsExpand
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The velocity of dislocations in ice
Abstract The velocities of dislocations in single crystals of ‘pure’ ice between −4 and −39°C have been measured by white radiation topography using synchrotron X-radiation. Dislocations glide onExpand
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The Plastic Deformation of Simple Ionic Crystals
M T Sprackling London: Academic 1976 pp ix + 242 price £9.20 Ionic crystals form an important class of solids, and their mechanical and other defect–controlled properties have been much studied overExpand
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Single-Crystal Neutron Diffraction Studies of the Structure of Ice XI
Single crystals of KOH-doped ice Ih, transformed into the low-temperature ordered phase known as ice XI, have been studied by neutron diffraction. High-resolution measurements show a splitting of theExpand
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A high resolution neutron powder diffraction study of D2O ice XI
The lattice parameters and diffraction peak profiles are presented for KOD‐doped D2O ice both in its low‐temperature ordered state (ice XI) and as a function of temperature through the transition toExpand
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A determination of the crystal structure of ice XI
Below 72 K ice doped with KOH transforms to an ordered phase known as ice XI. A powdered sample of such doped ice annealed for several days below 72 K was studied by neutron diffraction and found toExpand
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The configurational entropy of partially ordered ice
A calculation is presented for the configurational entropy arising from partial disorder of the protons in ice. The result is given in terms of a single order parameter, and differs from the usuallyExpand
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