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ENHANCED STRAIN AMPLITUDE DEPENDENCE OF INTERNAL FRICTION IN THE MIXED STATE OF NIOBIUM
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14.The loop length l denotes the distance between unbreakable pinning points [c.f., A. Granato and K. Lücke, J. Appl. Phys. 27, 583 (1956)]. That the fluxoid lattice does not significantly perturb the shape of these loops can be seen by comparing to the force exerted on the dislocation by the unbreakable pinning point.
15.E. J. Kramer and C. L. Bauer, Phil. Mag. 15, 1189 (1967). In this paper is defined as the force between a single fluxoid and a parallel edge dislocation due to elastic interactions. While this force will surely be lower for n fluxoids lying at an angle to the dislocation, the assumed value probably is correct to within an order of magnitude.
16.The number of fluxoids per dislocation n can be estimated by dividing the density of fluxoids by the dislocation density, assumed On this basis
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