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

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Page 86

These solutes must either behave very similarly to the

the description given in the previous results is incomplete . One method to

determine experimentally if the model used is valid would be to perform

measurements ...

These solutes must either behave very similarly to the

**solvent**, or alternatively ,the description given in the previous results is incomplete . One method to

determine experimentally if the model used is valid would be to perform

measurements ...

Page 91

The average jump frequency of the

determining the fraction of

w4 . The average jump frequency is the sum of the appropriate fractions and

jump ...

The average jump frequency of the

**solvent**in a dilute alloy may be found bydetermining the fraction of

**solvent**atoms that jump with rates wo , W1 , W3 , andw4 . The average jump frequency is the sum of the appropriate fractions and

jump ...

Page 104

In a sufficiently dilute binary alloy , the solute will not appreciably influence the

motion of the

gradient , however , Eqs . ( 22 ) — ( 24 ) imply that the

flux .

In a sufficiently dilute binary alloy , the solute will not appreciably influence the

motion of the

**solvent**as described by Eqs . ( 65–70 ) . With a temperaturegradient , however , Eqs . ( 22 ) — ( 24 ) imply that the

**solvent**will have a nonzeroflux .

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### Contents

RICHARD W VOOK | 2 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

Polycrystalline Films | 37 |

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