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

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Page 79

With the assumption of p , describing the vacancy concentration for second

nearest

from the first

jump ...

With the assumption of p , describing the vacancy concentration for second

nearest

**neighbors**to solute atoms , one must ... W4 will be the solvent jump ratefrom the first

**neighbor**shell to a vacancy on the second**neighbor**shell . w3 is thejump ...

Page 80

To calculate Re , recall that there are twelve nearest

Now each of these twelve

Eq . ( 41 ) ...

To calculate Re , recall that there are twelve nearest

**neighbors**to the solute .Now each of these twelve

**neighbor**sites are accessible from seven second**neighbor**sites . Hence , Rę = 12 * 7w3 = 84w3 . Introducing these variables intoEq . ( 41 ) ...

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To obtain an expression for the enthalpy term , we will again consider only first -

for the formation of a f . c . tetragonal superlattice as pointed out by Clapp ( 1966 )

...

To obtain an expression for the enthalpy term , we will again consider only first -

**neighbor**interaction . Although a first -**neighbor**interaction alone is insufficientfor the formation of a f . c . tetragonal superlattice as pointed out by Clapp ( 1966 )

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### Contents

RICHARD W VOOK | 2 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

Polycrystalline Films | 37 |

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