We have seen in chapter 1 that we should be particularly interested in homogeneous deformation. In this chapter we shall study its structural expressions, and in the next one their interpretation and the processes that cause them. The concept of homogeneous deformation does not exclude the possibility of heterogeneous deformation as discussed further in §8.1. Eventually, the imprint of homogeneous deformation is not radically different whether the medium is solid or corresponds to a crystalline suspension in a fluid; this last case is implicitly considered here.
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