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To the Explanation of the Magnetoplastic Effect in Diamagnetic and Paramagnetic Solids

N. E. Smirnov

Moscow University Physics Bulletin 2019. N 5.

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This work is devoted to the theoretical study of the magnetoplastic effect that manifests itself in motion of dislocations in solids in magnetic fields in the absence of mechanical loading. An expression is obtained for the effective magnetic charge per length unit of dislocation which emerges due to the action of the magnetic field on the dislocation. The effects associated with the emergence of the induced magnetic charges at dislocations are studied. It is shown that the effective magnetic charge appears due to the interaction of the magnetic field only with the edge components of dislocations. The expression is obtained for the force that acts on a dislocation in the magnetic field and it is shown that in the experiments on studying the motion of dislocations in magnetic fields, the determining role must be played by the projection of this force on the glide plane of dislocation.

Received: 2019 July 17
Approved: 2020 February 19
PACS:
75.90.+w Other topics in magnetic properties and materials
61.72.Lk Linear defects: dislocations, disclinations
41.20.-q Applied classical electromagnetism
14.80.Hv Magnetic monopoles
Rissian citation:
Н. Э. Смирнов.
К объяснению магнитопластического эффекта в диамагнитных и парамагнитных твердых телах.
Вестн. Моск. ун-та. Сер. 3. Физ. Астрон. 2019. № 5. С. 34.
Authors
N. E. Smirnov
$^1$Department of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, M.V.Lomonosov Moscow State University,
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