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Distribution of nonequilibrium vacancy concentrations in diffusion zones

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Krishtal, M.A., Strelkov, V.I. Distribution of nonequilibrium vacancy concentrations in diffusion zones. Mater Sci 2, 187–191 (1967). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00714664

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Keywords

  • Vacancy Concentration
  • Diffusion Zone
  • Nonequilibrium Vacancy
  • Nonequilibrium Vacancy Concentration