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

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BEND EXTINCTION CONTOURS Transmission electron microscopy consists

essentially of magnifying a portion of the transmission electron diffraction ( TED )

pattern . Generally , the transmitted beam is magnified ( bright

but ...

BEND EXTINCTION CONTOURS Transmission electron microscopy consists

essentially of magnifying a portion of the transmission electron diffraction ( TED )

pattern . Generally , the transmitted beam is magnified ( bright

**field**operation ) ,but ...

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To introduce these factors into the flux , one must start with the probability for the

first jump to be parallel or antiparallel to the

direction . This is followed by the tendency for the jump completed to contribute to

the ...

To introduce these factors into the flux , one must start with the probability for the

first jump to be parallel or antiparallel to the

**field**which is applied in the + xdirection . This is followed by the tendency for the jump completed to contribute to

the ...

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Herbert Herman. The influence of the applied

the random walk matrix , A , which was used to calculate T. Another linear force

term will be found in the transition probability Q. The nonlinear terms are omitted

...

Herbert Herman. The influence of the applied

**field**will yield a linear force term inthe random walk matrix , A , which was used to calculate T. Another linear force

term will be found in the transition probability Q. The nonlinear terms are omitted

...

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### Contents

RICHARD W VOOK | 2 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

Polycrystalline Films | 37 |

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