Experimental investigation of vacancy effects in pure metals
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The energy for the formation of vacancies in copper (2.1 · 10−19 J (1.3 eV)), platinum (2.56 · 10−19 J (1.6 eV)), and titanium (1.9 · 10−19 J (1.2 eV)) are determined from the results of measurements of the enthalpy and heat capacity of the latter in deformed and annealed states.
KeywordsCopper Titanium Enthalpy Platinum Statistical Physic
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