Published: Jan 1962
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Slices 100 to 600 Å thick were cut in an ultramicrotome from a variety of nonferrous metals and alloys and examined in an electron microscope. Microtoming appears to introduce high densities of dislocations which anneal out rapidly in the case of low-melting-point materials. High densities of “fault bands” are observed in certain grains of copper and silver. Particles as small as 7 to 20 Å thick by 70 Å or more long may readily be detected, together with the coherency strains round them. Fine holes may also be examined.
Phillips, V. A.
General Electric Research Laboratory, Schenectady, N. Y.
Paper ID: STP43676S