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Some investigators have attempted to resolve this difficulty by calculating D from Equation (4) or D from Equation (2), depending 5n which of these appeare~ to approximate the experimental results more closely. Unfortunately such a calculation does not usually resolve the question of which of these mechanisms is operative, as illustrated in the following examples: Based on Kuczynski's data for silver at 800°C(l), Kuczynski calculate~ D = l x 10-e cmo/sec. 8 x 10~ 0 cm 2 /sec. 2 x 10~ 0 cm 2 /sec.

An alternative procedure was developed which encased the metal source for sublimation in a carbon envelope. These envelopes were made by vapor deposition of a carbon film on either side of the metal source in a manner similar to the thin film specimens. The metal sources were hydrogen-reduced silver and copper powder particles (each 99-99% pure metal) 5 to 20 microns in diameter. A schematic representation of this configuration with metal particles encased in a carbon envelope is shown in Figure J.

A typical example of this is shown in Figure 2. The three pictures were taken from three consecutive frames of motion picture film and were taken l/30th of a second apart. The frame immediately before 2(a) showed a clear separation between the two particles. The frame in 2(a) shows the grey area referred to previously in the establishing of interparticle contact. Figure 2(b) was taken after much of the coalescence had occurred and illustrates the difficulty in stopping action because of the television and motion picture system limitations on time increments.

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