Lecture 19: Defects in Crystals: Point Defects, Line Defects, Interfacial Defects, Voids
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"So, I'm just going to go quickly over the comments that I give before every test just to put everybody in the right frame of mind. The coverage is lecture 7-17. So, that will start with ionics, and go through the generation of x-rays, but not Bragg's law or anything like that.
So, remember, you've got to bring five things with you: your periodic table, table of constants, something to write with, a calculator, and your aid sheet. And, you know, I'm going to make a bold suggestion.
For some of you, why don't you write your recitation instructor's name on your aid sheet? Because I'm going to tell you what I'm going to do. If I don't have a recitation instructor's name on the exam, I'm not going to grade it..."
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