Clarification of the Nature of Phenomenologically Elementary Processes and Unresolved Problems of Theory
These defects constitute a small fraction of the defects in real crystals.
The defects responsible for accelerated flow may differ substantially in their energetic characteristics for different powders. The activation energy of the elimination of defects may vary within wide limits, depending on the conditions in which the powder was obtained.
The activation energy of the elimination of defects is independent of the concentration of defects. It is a constant for a powder obtained by a given method.
The process of the elimination of defects responsible for accelerated flow obeys second-order kinetics.
KeywordsActivation Energy Active Defect Apparent Activation Energy Elementary Process Phenomenological Analysis
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