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EQUILIBRIUM OF EXTENDED DISLOCATIONS WITHIN EDGE DISLOCATION DIPOLES,
BROWN UNIV PROVIDENCE R I
It is shown that extended edge dislocations tend to contract into unit dilocations when they are components of a dipole PAIR OF OPPOSITE SIGNS. If the half-width of an isolated extended dis location is s, rapid contract begins when the dipole glide-plane space becomes less than about 2S. Author