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

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Evidently, the

jump from a neighboring site is w2/(w2 + 4wl + 7w3). Similarly, the

the vacancy will exchange with a solvent neighbor in one jump is 4w,/(w2 + 4h>!

Evidently, the

**probability**that a vacancy will exchange with a solute on its firstjump from a neighboring site is w2/(w2 + 4wl + 7w3). Similarly, the

**probability**thatthe vacancy will exchange with a solvent neighbor in one jump is 4w,/(w2 + 4h>!

Page 105

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

first jump to be parallel or antiparallel to the field which is applied in the +x

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 thefirst jump to be parallel or antiparallel to the field which is applied in the +x

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

the ...

Page 106

Let this

ve+ . ve+ = v.+ U+ (80) Also, U+ is calculated from P^ and Pu. One of the

vacancies contributing to v„+ arrived at the tracer. The vacancy may cause a

tracer ...

Let this

**probability**be U+ . The flux will be related to the effective tracer jump rateve+ . ve+ = v.+ U+ (80) Also, U+ is calculated from P^ and Pu. One of the

vacancies contributing to v„+ arrived at the tracer. The vacancy may cause a

tracer ...

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### Contents

Microstructural Characterization of Thin Films | 2 |

Fundamental Concepts of Diffraction | 4 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

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