Internal Friction of Metals

  • J. D. Fast
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Abstract

In recent decades the measurement of internal friction has been of valuable assistance for the acquisition of information on the behaviour of gas atoms and other interstitially dissolved atoms in metals. It can supply us with information on diffusivities, concentrations, terminal solubilities, surface reactions, precipitation phenomena, mutual interactions and interactions between interstitials and other lattice imperfections.

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  • J. D. Fast
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  1. 1.The Technical University of EindhovenCanada

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