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

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The physical basis for this is the change in solvent

solute. When the solvent is found to diffuse at a rate similar with the solute and

with similar activation energies, one is tempted to conclude that the solute and ...

The physical basis for this is the change in solvent

**jump rates**in the vicinity of thesolute. When the solvent is found to diffuse at a rate similar with the solute and

with similar activation energies, one is tempted to conclude that the solute and ...

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The average jump frequency of the solvent in a dilute alloy may be found by

determining the fraction of solvent atoms that jump with rates w0, wl, w3, and w4.

The average jump frequency is the sum of the appropriate fractions and

The average jump frequency of the solvent in a dilute alloy may be found by

determining the fraction of solvent atoms that jump with rates w0, wl, w3, and w4.

The average jump frequency is the sum of the appropriate fractions and

**jump****rates**.Page 93

Table I, taken from Howard and Manning's paper (1967), lists the various jump

types and the factor Ca which are needed in Eq. (63). Since the ... That is, Ca is

the product of the

Then ...

Table I, taken from Howard and Manning's paper (1967), lists the various jump

types and the factor Ca which are needed in Eq. (63). Since the ... That is, Ca is

the product of the

**jump rate**of a given type divided by the average frequency.Then ...

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### Contents

Microstructural Characterization of Thin Films | 2 |

Fundamental Concepts of Diffraction | 4 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

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