Accession Number:

AD0263713

Title:

EFFECTS OF QUENCHING AND ANNEALING ON IONIC CONDUCTIVITY AND ON DISLOCATION DECORABILITY IN SILVER CHLORIDE

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NORTH CAROLINA UNIV CHAPEL HILL

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Report Date:

1961-12-01

Pagination or Media Count:

1.0

Abstract:

Pure silver chloride crystals, when cooled rapidly from high temperatures, show enhanced ionic conductivity which may be attributed to quenchedin Schottky defects. From the annealing out of this extra conductivity one deduces that for an associated vacancy pair the binding energy is 0.42 ev and the migration energy equals or exceeds 1.0 ev. The decorability of interior dislocations by swept-in photoelectrons is also discussed and is shown to be sensitive to the purity of the crystal. Author

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APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE