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

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One of the simplest ways of imaging magnetic domain structures is to reduce the

objective lens field strength , thereby defocusing the image of the

reducing the magnetic field strength ( due to the lens ) in the vicinity of the ...

One of the simplest ways of imaging magnetic domain structures is to reduce the

objective lens field strength , thereby defocusing the image of the

**specimen**andreducing the magnetic field strength ( due to the lens ) in the vicinity of the ...

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Since the solvent

( to be defined later ) , the

infinite media . The initial condition of no solute in the

Since the solvent

**specimen**will be much longer than the mean diffusion distance( to be defined later ) , the

**specimen**can be treated mathematically as a semi -infinite media . The initial condition of no solute in the

**specimen**will be applied ...Page 133

The constant strain rate , è , imposed upon a test

3 = bpmū ( 5 ) where Pm is the mobile dislocation density and ū is the mean

velocity of dislocations . The stress dependence of the dislocation velocity may

be ...

The constant strain rate , è , imposed upon a test

**specimen**can be expressed as3 = bpmū ( 5 ) where Pm is the mobile dislocation density and ū is the mean

velocity of dislocations . The stress dependence of the dislocation velocity may

be ...

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### Contents

RICHARD W VOOK | 2 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

Polycrystalline Films | 37 |

Copyright | |

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