## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 4 |

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We now see that the 1 1 1 reflection lies in the N = 3 layer and thus locate this

reflection on the 111

the N = 0 layer passes through the origin, and having located the N = 3 layer, we

can ...

We now see that the 1 1 1 reflection lies in the N = 3 layer and thus locate this

reflection on the 111

**Debye**ring and along the [111] fiber axis direction. Sincethe N = 0 layer passes through the origin, and having located the N = 3 layer, we

can ...

Page 68

The atoms consequently vibrate with a natural frequency dependent upon the

force constant and the atomic mass. Due to the important refinement of the model

by

The atoms consequently vibrate with a natural frequency dependent upon the

force constant and the atomic mass. Due to the important refinement of the model

by

**Debye**, the vibrational frequency is usually referred to as the**Debye**frequency.Page 69

... one views the concentration and free energies as the functions Q =f{T, N), AGv

=g{T,ne), and AGm=h{T,ne) for i = \,N-\ For simplicity, assume also that the

frequency is constant. When temperature and chemical potential gradients exist ...

... one views the concentration and free energies as the functions Q =f{T, N), AGv

=g{T,ne), and AGm=h{T,ne) for i = \,N-\ For simplicity, assume also that the

**Debye**frequency is constant. When temperature and chemical potential gradients exist ...

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### Contents

Microstructural Characterization of Thin Films | 2 |

Fundamental Concepts of Diffraction | 4 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

Copyright | |

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