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Sources and sinks for vacancies in gold

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Title: Sources and sinks for vacancies in gold
Author(s): Lund, Clarence Alfred
Doctoral Committee Chair(s): Koehler, J. S.
Department / Program: Physics
Discipline: Physics
Degree: Ph.D.
Genre: Dissertation
Subject(s): source-sink equivalence gold surface gold grain boundaries dislocations tetrahedra perfect crystal sites vacancies in gold
Abstract: High :purity gold wires of 0.016 inch diameter were heated in ten milliseconds to temperatures between 5000C and 700oC, held there for times less than a few seconds and quenched to room temperature in water. The cooling time was about 40 milliseconds. Similar wires, but(con.taining about 0.1% silver were .. .... . . 0 similarly heated to temperatures very near to 650 C and similarly quenched. It was found that, although the assumption of diffusion limited generation and subsequent annealing near 1000Csufficed for the pure wires, the silver containing wires see~ed to generate much more slowly. It was further found that, for the pure Wires, sources for vacancies other than the wire surface or grain boundaries were necessary. A short discussion of the relationship between high temperature generation and low temperature annealing was carried out. Generation from perfect lattice sites was also discussed.
Issue Date: 1964
Genre: Dissertation / Thesis
Type: Text
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2142/23955
Rights Information: 1964 Clarence Alfred Lund
Date Available in IDEALS: 2011-05-19
Identifier in Online Catalog: 6144520
 

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