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X‐ray topographic observation of moving dislocations in silicon crystals
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15.Burgers vectors are determined easily from the video images of dislocations because for the Vidicon tube. Also, the specimen crystal was quenched after TV observation, and the result was confirmed by the usual topographic technique.
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