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By Italy) International School of Subnuclear Physics 1999 (Erice, A. Zichichi, Antonino Zichichi

In August and September 1999, a bunch of sixty eight physicists from forty eight laboratories in 17 international locations met in Erice, Italy, to take part within the thirty seventh process the overseas institution of Subnuclear Physics. This quantity constitutes the lawsuits of that assembly. It makes a speciality of the elemental solidarity of primary physics at either the theoretical and the experimental point.

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Defects in dilute alloys The difficulties encountered if one tries to identify the different defect properties of the pure metals are grossly enhanced by the introduction of solute atoms (SA). Here we are interested in the complexes formed when a vacancy or self interstitial becomes trapped by a SA and forms a vacancysolute atom (V-SA) or self-interstitial atom-solute atom (SIA-SA) complexes. The only materials where one can hope to gain a quantitative understanding at the moment are the simple metals, where pseudopotential theory enables one to construct interaction potentials.

F o r a review see Vogl et al. (1982). The example in fig. 30 shows the temperature dependence of the Debye-Waller factor of Fe atoms formed by the decay of Co atoms in an A l 3 0 a t p p m C o alloy as observed after electron irradiation and annealing through stage I. 3). The same j u m p causes the damping peak shown in fig. 28. In contrast to this, substitutional Fe atoms cause only a weak temperature dependence corresponding to the much smaller amplitudes of the usual lattice vibrations (Petry et al.

1973) found that the (lOO)-dumbbell in Cu vibrates both with several high-frequency localized modes as well as with low-frequency resonant modes. Subsequently the vibrational behaviour of defects in metals and its influence on observable properties was studied in detail (Dederichs and Zeller 1980). Both resonant and localized modes of interstitials are caused mainly by the local compression of the lattice and are a general property of interstitial defects. This can be easily understood for a model with a central pair potential V(R).

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