Great Britain Theory of regular arrays of defects : The void lattice


Detects in crystals may form a regular array. rather than a random distribution. The lattice of voids produced in irradiated molybdenum is a remarkable example ofthis. We give a general method of calculating the energy per defect in the array which exploits the periodicity of the defect lattice. The existence of the void lattice depends on the elastic… (More)


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