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The solid‐liquid interface shape during growth from the melt has been determined for pure materials in the vicinity of external and internal surfaces; both the cases of isotropy and anisotropy of solid‐liquid interfacial energy have been considered. From these considerations it is possible to...
Electron microscopy has been applied to the problem of characterizing the distribution of preferred sites for nucleation and growth on clean surfaces of evaporated films of magnesium metal. The films were deposited, platinum‐shadowed, and carbon‐backed in the same system under ultra‐high...
The stability of neutron bombardment damage in Sb‐doped Ge has been investigated by making continuous measurements of the electrical conductivity and Hall mobility following a neutron pulse. Measurements were made in the temperature range from 77° to 308°K with a time resolution of 1 sec. At...
Measured quantities of copper were introduced into n ‐type germanium single crystals by diffusion. Subsequently, both quenching and annealing heat treatments were performed on the samples. The effect on etch pit sizes and resistivity was recorded. It is shown that saturation with copper does...
Several experimental tests dealing with the effects of stress waves initiated in solids by high explosives or by impacts are described. The tests indicate that stress waves which are initiated solely as compression commonly acquire tensile components which are not due to reflections.
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