Dislocation densities have been investigated in potassium chloride crystals, electrolytically coloured in the temperature range of 550–710°C. The results show an increase in the dislocation density with coloration temperature upto 650°C and decrease thereafter. This is attributed to the movement of dislocations and interactions between them during electrolytic coloration of the crystals.
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