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

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47 ° 27 " ( 61 ) If one considers the factors 198 to be

T ;, then Eq . ( 61 ) may be written as T ; +1 = T ; Ti , and evidently , T ; = T ; -1T1 ,

etc. The above considerations imply that T ; = ( T ) ( 62 ) Furthermore , if in ...

47 ° 27 " ( 61 ) If one considers the factors 198 to be

**elements**of an N * N matrix ,T ;, then Eq . ( 61 ) may be written as T ; +1 = T ; Ti , and evidently , T ; = T ; -1T1 ,

etc. The above considerations imply that T ; = ( T ) ( 62 ) Furthermore , if in ...

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If one calls this product R with

correlation factor is immediately apparent since D = } 62 [ Cf = Rf The remainder

of the calculation is the determination of the column vector f from Eq . ( 64 ) .

Since the ...

If one calls this product R with

**elements**Ra = TC ,, then the influence of thecorrelation factor is immediately apparent since D = } 62 [ Cf = Rf The remainder

of the calculation is the determination of the column vector f from Eq . ( 64 ) .

Since the ...

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Consider a column vector with 119

occupation probability of the various configurations after n vacancy jumps .

Furthermore , Pn - 1 and Pn are related through P = Apn - 1 ( 71 ) The total

probability ...

Consider a column vector with 119

**elements**. This vector denoted Pn gives theoccupation probability of the various configurations after n vacancy jumps .

Furthermore , Pn - 1 and Pn are related through P = Apn - 1 ( 71 ) The total

probability ...

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RICHARD W VOOK | 2 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

Polycrystalline Films | 37 |

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