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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. P. Jung
    Pages 1-2
  3. P. Jung
    Pages 2-3
  4. P. Jung
    Pages 8-11
  5. P. Jung
    Pages 11-13
  6. P. Jung
    Pages 13-14
  7. P. Jung
    Pages 16-17
  8. P. Jung
    Pages 19-20
  9. P. Jung
    Pages 20-21
  10. P. Jung
    Pages 21-24
  11. P. Jung
    Pages 24-25
  12. P. Jung
    Pages 26-26
  13. P. Jung
    Pages 27-30
  14. P. Jung
    Pages 37-50
  15. P. Jung
    Pages 51-64
  16. P. Jung
    Pages 65-76
  17. P. Jung
    Pages 77-87
  18. P. Ehrhart
    Pages 88-89
  19. P. Ehrhart
    Pages 98-100
  20. P. Ehrhart
    Pages 102-102
  21. P. Ehrhart
    Pages 104-105
  22. P. Ehrhart
    Pages 108-114
  23. H. Schultz
    Pages 115-120
  24. H. Schultz
    Pages 121-121
  25. Cr
    H. Schultz
    Pages 122-125
  26. Fe
    H. Schultz
    Pages 125-134
  27. K
    H. Schultz
    Pages 135-138
  28. Li
    H. Schultz
    Pages 138-139
  29. Mo
    H. Schultz
    Pages 140-146

About this book

Introduction

Atomic or point defects are disturbances of the periodicity of the crystal lattice extending over only a few atomic distances. Many physical and mechanical properties of solids are sensitive to their presence. Furthermore other defects which are crucial to material behaviour are influenced by their interaction with atomic defects. A detailed knowledge of production mechanisms and properties of point defects is therefore essential for assessing and for understanding the atomistic as well as the macroscopic behaviour of materials. As a result of the use of new research methods in recent years, such information is now available for almost all pure metals, for many dilute alloys and for some concentrated alloys. However, a critical and comprehensive collection of these data has so far been missing. The aim of the present volume is to close this gap by sifting, evaluating and compiling data on vacancies and self-interstitial atoms in solid metals. A chapter on the element helium is included because of the exeptional position of He as an "alloying" element and its role in radiation damage phenomena.

Keywords

atoms crystal mechanical property metals radiation

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/b37800
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1991
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Physics and Astronomy
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-51435-0
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-48128-7
  • Series Print ISSN 1615-1925
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-9549
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