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

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By this it was meant that the

major influence of higher concentrations is the alteration of the surroundings of

the tracer

high ...

By this it was meant that the

**jumps**of the tracer were all equivalent . Since themajor influence of higher concentrations is the alteration of the surroundings of

the tracer

**jump**, one intuitively suspects the above hypothesis to be invalid athigh ...

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Now the jth tracer

also has a nonzero x projection , may be of type a , or any other

matter . Furthermore , this

Now the jth tracer

**jump**with nonzero x projection following one of type a , whichalso has a nonzero x projection , may be of type a , or any other

**jump**type for thatmatter . Furthermore , this

**jump**could have either the same or the opposite x ...Page 105

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

first

direction . This is followed by the tendency for the

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 tothe ...

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### Contents

RICHARD W VOOK | 2 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

Polycrystalline Films | 37 |

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