## Glass, Volume 1 |

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In the above equations n and nu are the shear viscosity and bulk viscosity ,

respectively ; A the heat conductivity , kt the thermal

velocity , and D is the isothermic

In the above equations n and nu are the shear viscosity and bulk viscosity ,

respectively ; A the heat conductivity , kt the thermal

**diffusion**ratio , vs the soundvelocity , and D is the isothermic

**diffusion**constant . The above equations are ...Page 176

As mentioned previously it is not easy to separate the Rayleigh line of a binary

fluid into its components of many parameters , such as

However , for many binary solutions x > D ( discussed in the previous section )

and ...

As mentioned previously it is not easy to separate the Rayleigh line of a binary

fluid into its components of many parameters , such as

**diffusion**, heat flow , etc .However , for many binary solutions x > D ( discussed in the previous section )

and ...

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In either case , however , one obtains regions where the activation energies for

The range of localization of the

...

In either case , however , one obtains regions where the activation energies for

**diffusion**are less than those obtained for bulk**diffusion**in the crystalline phase .The range of localization of the

**diffusion**in glasses is still an open question as is...

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