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Vacancy jump rate and heat of transport in a simple crystal model.

Jon David Ellenbogen

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- 23 Currently reading

Published
**1971** in [New York?] .

Written in English

- Crystals -- Mathematical models.,
- Crystals -- Defects.,
- Crystals -- Thermal properties.

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QD931 .E44 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | iv, 84 l. |

Number of Pages | 84 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL5334371M |

LC Control Number | 72187636 |

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In order for atom to jump into a vacancy site, it needs to posses enough energy (thermal energy) to to break the bonds and squeeze through its neighbors. The energy necessary for motion, Em, is called the activation energy for vacancy motion. Diffusion – Thermally Activated Process (I) Schematic representation of the diffusion of an atom from.

Kinetics and Diffusion Basic concepts in kinetics Kinetics of phase transformations Diffusion Mechanisms: Vacancy diffusion (I) To jump from lattice site to lattice site, atoms need energy to Diffusion Mechanisms: Vacancy diffusion (II) For a simple File Size: 1MB.

The concentration range of vacancies that affect the temperature dependence of the heat capacity at constant volume C v has been determined. The times of the establishment of vacancy equilibrium in spherical samples of simple crystals with different radii due to the thermal motion of atoms have been calculated for the process as close as possible to the equilibrium one with a decrease in Cited by: for heat conduction differing only in the constant D, and therefore the large body of work on heat flow can be applied to the problems of impurity atom diffusion in silicon.

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The rate of vacancy generation (which is equal to the rate of vacancy diffusion away from the jogs) per unit length of dislocation line is () Φ = V j bx = V c b 2 For a cylinder of radius R containing one central dislocation line and assuming that equilibrium concentration of vacancy outside the cylinder is c 0, the value of Φ was.

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