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Dislocation Arrangements in Molybdenum


RECENTLY, several studies of dislocations in face-centred cubic metals by the method of transmission electron microscopy have been reported. Of the body-centred cubic metals, however, only iron has so far received attention1,2. In this letter we give a preliminary account of some experiments on dislocation movements during deformation and recovery processes in molybdenum.

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  1. 1

    D. G. Brandum and J. Nutting, Acta Met., 7 101 (1959)

  2. 2

    D. Mc Lean, reported by N. P. Allen, J. Iron and Steel Inst., 191, (1959)

  3. 3

    W. Pollman, Phys. Rev., 103, 1588 (1956)

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