Nato Science Series E:
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Surface Effects in Crystal Plasticity

Editors: Latanision, R.M., Fourie, J.T. (Eds.)

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John Keats, writing to Fanny Brawne [1], said "I long to believe in immortality ••••• I wish to believe in immortality - I wish to live with you forever". So much of this talk will be concerned with the ductile behaviour of crystals, plasticity in its narrower sense. We shall consider a crystal which is deforming by slip, and shall expose a surface in this crystal. We first think of the sur­ face as a simple mathematical cut along a low-index plane. Then we allow for the relaxation of the newly-exposed atoms, and for surface irregularities, and we consider the effect of lattice va­ cancies which can enter at the surface. We consider the effect of dissolving off the surface layers, either intermittently or contin­ uously. Then the effects of adsorption or oxidation by normal con­ stituents of the atmosphere must be considered, the effects of sur­ face alloying, and finally those of special surface-active agents. But "All/Life death does end and each day dies with sleep" [2], and plasticity in its broader sense includes the fracture ~'1hich term­ inates flow. Here there is a bewildering array of effects. The medium in which the crystal flows may enhance its ductility enor­ mously, or it may cause it to break almost without plastic deform­ ation, or under a load which it has already supported.

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Bibliographic Information

Bibliographic Information
Book Title
Surface Effects in Crystal Plasticity
Editors
  • R.M. Latanision
  • J.T. Fourie
Series Title
Nato Science Series E:
Series Volume
17
Copyright
1977
Publisher
Springer Netherlands
Copyright Holder
Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht
Hardcover ISBN
978-90-286-0066-9
Softcover ISBN
978-94-011-9693-2
Series ISSN
0168-132X
Edition Number
1
Number of Pages
XIX, 944
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