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Theory of the arrangement of cells in a network

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<mark>Journal publication date</mark>12/1981
<mark>Journal</mark>Metallography
Issue4
Volume14
Number of pages12
Pages307-318
<mark>Original language</mark>English

Abstract

A general analysis of the statistics of a random network of threefold vertices is presented. It is demonstrated that Aboav's empirical formula for the number of sides mn on the neighbors of n-sided cells in a polycrystal is consistent with the conjecture that the cells are arranged randomly. Specific models for the development of a random network of cells are investigated and are found to obey relations consistent with Aboav's general formula.