Browse Dept. of Physics by Subject "quenching"
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The production and annealing of point defects produced by quenching and by tensile deformation in pure gold and silver (1968)Gold specimens of six nines purity were strained at 4.Z K by tensile deformation and were quenched from 700 ± 40 oC. For gold deformed at 4.ZoK the most prominent annealing is observed in the region between ZOoC and ...
(1976)Lead (99.9999% pure by weight) wires were quenched.in a low temperature (s35 K), low-pressure (10-100 bars absolute) helium atmosphere. Initial quench rates were between 1 and 3X10 4 °C/sec. The formation energy for a ...