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according alloys aluminium amount angle annealing appear atomic axes axis basal plane beam becomes bismuth cadmium calculated cent cleavage co-ordinates compression condition constant contains corresponding critical shear stress crystallographic cubic curve deformation dependence described determined diagram direction discussed distance effect elastic equation expressed extension final follows formula fracture further given glide direction glide elements glide plane glide strain glide system grain growth hardening heat hexagonal important increase indices influence initial lattice limit lines load longitudinal material maximum means measured mechanical melt metal crystals method normal normal stress observed obtained occur operative orientation original parallel photograph plastic position possible produced properties range recrystallization reduction reference reflexion relation represents rotation shows simple single solid solution specimen speed strain strength structure surface symmetry Table temperature tensile tests texture tion twinning values various wire yield point zinc zone