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

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Thus “ incident ” inelastic beam 1 forms the “ increased ” and “ decreased ”

intensities ,

background . The increased and decreased intensities are to be added and

subtracted ...

Thus “ incident ” inelastic beam 1 forms the “ increased ” and “ decreased ”

intensities ,

**respectively**, shown in Fig . 8b that are superimposed on thebackground . The increased and decreased intensities are to be added and

subtracted ...

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... illustrating methods for determining the critical resolved shear stress and yield

stress ,

centered cubic single crystal and polycrystalline specimens ,

... illustrating methods for determining the critical resolved shear stress and yield

stress ,

**respectively**. schematically illustrate stress - strain curves typical for face -centered cubic single crystal and polycrystalline specimens ,

**respectively**.Page 210

... a function of composition . of all the three partial quantities . It is in fact possible

to obtain a rough estimate of the intrinsic lattice disorder parameter a by

observing the position of the peak or plateau for partial entropy or enthalpy

... a function of composition . of all the three partial quantities . It is in fact possible

to obtain a rough estimate of the intrinsic lattice disorder parameter a by

observing the position of the peak or plateau for partial entropy or enthalpy

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### Contents

RICHARD W VOOK | 2 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

Polycrystalline Films | 37 |

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