General principles governing the structure and energy of interfaces between crystals
The general principles governing the structure and energy of crystal interfaces are reviewed, particular emphasis being laid upon the coincidence lattice and 0-lattice concepts, on models involving dislocation grids and on variational calculations. Important common ground between these different approaches is pointed out and the generally agreed features of the structure of simple intercrystalline boundaries are summarized.
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