Caption: Simulation of dislocations in crystals. Footage of bubbles in a liquid being used to simulate the phenomenon of dislocations (a crystallographic defect or irregularity) in the crystal structure of a metal. The footage starts with bubbles being blown into the liquid. The view then switches to a close-up, with a slider used to compress the bubbles. As the slider is moved back and forth, defects (dislocations) are seen moving around as the granular structure shifts and changes.

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Simulation of dislocations in crystals

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Duration: 00:00:35

Frame size: 640x480

Frame rate: 30

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