Dislocation Burgers Vector
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- The nervous chatter of the tourists echoed through the musty catacombs of the ancient city of Edinburgh. If I lingered behind the crowd, would that improve my chances of seeing a ghost? Or perhaps any spectral visitor would be put off by the unstable energies...
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- Period-doubling reconstructions of semiconductor partial dislocations
- Dissociation into partial dislocations creates two partial dislocation loops separated by a stacking fault.
- Materials science master class
- As part of the tutorial, students watch an introductory video and gradually build up a visualization of an edge dislocation, culminating in an interactive plot showing atomic positions, the Burgers vector, the strain field, and its amplitude.
- Atomic structure identified in coherent interfaces between superhard materials
- (Nanowerk News) The research group led by Professor Yuichi Ikuhara (also appointed as a professor at Tokyo University), Associate Professor Zhongchang Wang and Assistant Professor Chunlin Chen at the Advanced Institute for Materials Research, ...
- Trend: How Solid is Supersolid?
- The main rectangle features solid He 4 He , containing an edge dislocation with the superfluid core shown as the thick blue line. Dashed lines ......
- Low-temperature shear modulus changes in solid 4 He and connection to
- Our measurements are consistent with the known behaviour of dislocations in solid helium, and lead to a picture of a dislocation network pinned at low temperatures by bound 3He impurities. Above about 100 mK, 3He atoms unbind ....
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