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Effect of Electron Irradiation on Young's Modulus

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2 Author(s)
Dieckamp, H. ; Atomics International, A Division of North American Aviation, Inc., Canoga Park, California ; Sosin, A.

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Young's modulus and internal friction measurements are reported on high‐purity copper following electron bombardment. The modulus is observed to rise rapidly with electron flux reaching an early saturation followed by a slow decrease. The rapid saturation is attributed to dislocation pinning. The rate of saturation is temperature dependent in the range from -195°C to about 0°C suggesting defect migration at low temperatures. The slow decrease is attributed to a ``bulk effect'' due to interstitial‐vacancy pairs.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 12 )

Date of Publication:

Dec 1956

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