## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 4 |

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... process of diffusion can be inferred from Eq . ( 3 ) independent of the specific

nature of the initial

fixed at the ends of the diffusion sample of infinite length , then one can apply a ...

... process of diffusion can be inferred from Eq . ( 3 ) independent of the specific

nature of the initial

**condition**. Namely ... assume that the boundary**conditions**arefixed at the ends of the diffusion sample of infinite length , then one can apply a ...

Page 64

... the specimen can be treated mathematically as a semi - infinite media . The

initial

transforms ...

... the specimen can be treated mathematically as a semi - infinite media . The

initial

**condition**of no solute in the specimen will be applied and a boundary**condition**which gives the total mass diffusing . One can define the followingtransforms ...

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Interpretations of the phenomenon have been in terms of dynamic strain aging (

Cottrell , 1953 ; McCormick , 1972 ; Brindley and Worthington , 1972 ) , i . e . , the

Interpretations of the phenomenon have been in terms of dynamic strain aging (

Cottrell , 1953 ; McCormick , 1972 ; Brindley and Worthington , 1972 ) , i . e . , the

**conditions**of test define a critical**condition**in terms of solute atom mobility with ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

RICHARD W VOOK | 2 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

Polycrystalline Films | 37 |

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