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Hence, Tm - Tmr = Gy. The radius of curvature of the groove walls can be determined from the curve y =f[x), observed in a microscope. If the radius isR 1 at - Y l , then Eq. (66) can be used to calculate 3'sl because Tm, P2 and ;~ are known from other sources. The approximation of a constant G was dropped later t3~ and different heat conductivities of ice and water were used to calculate the temperatures of the interface at various distances y ; the convection in the liquid was, however, not taken into account.
4. 1. It is reviewed here even more briefly than the surface energy (% or "3"') with which this paper is primarily concerned. In the most popular method of estimating 7t, not this quantity itself but only its ratio to the surface energy, that is, 7t/Ts is determined. Let Fig. 12 be a highly Fig. 12. A grain-boundary groove. The hypothetical tensions OM and ON balance tile hypothetical tension acting along the grain boundary OK. Tile space above the line MON is occupied by a gas (vacuum) magnified profde of a spot where the boundary KO between two identical crystals (or grains) A and B reaches the gas - solid interface.
Using the experimental values o f P = f ( V ) for the gas in question, estimates for the 7s of Cu at 500 ~ were between 1400 and 2000 erg/cm 2 . The method has been criticized j 24) because it assumes zero stresses in the metal around the bubble. When a nail is driven into wood or a bullet is lodged in a stone wall, they are kept in place, as everyone agrees, by the compressive stresses created in the surrounding solid by the introduction of a foreign body. There is no reason for disregarding this explanation for the system of gas bubbles in metals.