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Lecture note 20 (11-10-2011)

Lecture note 20 (11-10-2011) - A B and C Here open circles...

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1 MAE 581 Advanced Materials Science Lecture note 20 Line defects Concept of dislocation How to determine a dislocation? In the following 2-D lattice (distorted by dislocations), try to identify the types of dislocations at
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Unformatted text preview: A, B, and C. Here open circles and black dots represent the atoms at different lattice layers. Let’s assume black dots are on the upper layer, and open circles are on the lower layer....
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