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

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The entropy is dependent upon the same variables because the arrangement

also fixes the energy. With pressure ... One final advantage to the kinetic

approach is the exact nature of the calculation of the

determine ...

The entropy is dependent upon the same variables because the arrangement

also fixes the energy. With pressure ... One final advantage to the kinetic

approach is the exact nature of the calculation of the

**configurational entropy**. Todetermine ...

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The corresponding

Eq. (7)] is zero. At nonstoichiometric compositions, i.e., x > 0- let us assume that

all the excess B atoms, x^, go to the a-sublattices. From Table II, we have w IWY.

The corresponding

**configurational entropy**Sc according to Boltzmann equation [Eq. (7)] is zero. At nonstoichiometric compositions, i.e., x > 0- let us assume that

all the excess B atoms, x^, go to the a-sublattices. From Table II, we have w IWY.

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Nevertheless, it is quite useful and informative to compute the variation of the

integral

other contributions to the total entropy are not strongly composition-dependent.

We may ...

Nevertheless, it is quite useful and informative to compute the variation of the

integral

**configurational entropy**with composition for different a values, sinceother contributions to the total entropy are not strongly composition-dependent.

We may ...

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### Contents

Microstructural Characterization of Thin Films | 2 |

Fundamental Concepts of Diffraction | 4 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

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