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Image Link to full record for video 4 video 4 : Interactive, rotatable model of the olivine structure. From TLP: Solid Solutions
Image Link to full record for video 5 video 5 : Animation of the cubic perovskite structure rotating. From TLP: Introduction to Anisotropy
Image Link to full record for video 6 video 6 : Interactive, rotatable model of the cubic perovskite structure. From TLP: Introduction to Anisotropy
Image Link to full record for video 7 video 7 : Animation of the tetragonal perovskite structure rotating. From TLP: Introduction to Anisotropy
Image Link to full record for video 8 video 8 : Interactive, rotatable model of tetragonal perovskite structure. From TLP: Introduction to Anisotropy
Image Link to full record for video 9 video 9 : Animation of calcite structure rotating. From TLP: Introduction to Anisotropy
Image Link to full record for video 12 video 12 : The behaviour of the shot model as it is rearranged by tapping, starting from a polycrystalline state with many small grains and ending with much larger grains. Note the presence of vacancies in the structure. FromTLP Atomic Scale Structure of Materials
Image Link to full record for video 17 video 17 : Bubble raft undergoing compressive and tensile deformation. At small strains, the arrangement of the bubbles does not change. This is elastic deformation of the raft. The bubbles change shape and move slightly apart in an effort to maintain the lowest energy close-packed configuration. At larger strains, plastic deformation occurs. The bubble raft rearranges by dislocation motion. From TLP Introduction to dislocations
Image Link to full record for video 18 video 18 : Bubble raft undergoing shear deformation. The direction along which dislocations generally move is that with the highest resolved shear stress. From TLP Introduction to dislocations
Image Link to full record for video 19 video 19 : Animation of slip by dislocation glide. Dislocation glide allows plastic deformation to occur at a much lower stress than would be required to move a whole plane of atoms past another. See also the bubble raft experiment (videos 17 and 18). From TLP Introduction to dislocations

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