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

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Page 82

After the

sites . Consider that the vacancy directly returns to the

contributes to Pa . Furthermore , the probability that the vacancy wanders off but ...

After the

**tracer**- vacancy exchange , the vacancy must be on one of these foursites . Consider that the vacancy directly returns to the

**tracer**, this probabilitycontributes to Pa . Furthermore , the probability that the vacancy wanders off but ...

Page 105

That is , when a new vacancy ( one which has not exchanged with the

becomes a neighbor with the

effective probability that the next

plane ...

That is , when a new vacancy ( one which has not exchanged with the

**tracer**)becomes a neighbor with the

**tracer**and makes a diffusive jump , P is the neteffective probability that the next

**tracer**jump will return the**tracer**to the original xplane ...

Page 106

The flux will be related to the effective

U + is calculated from Pa + and pt . One of the vacancies contributing to Va +

arrived at the

with ...

The flux will be related to the effective

**tracer**jump rate vet . Vet = Væ + U + Also ,U + is calculated from Pa + and pt . One of the vacancies contributing to Va +

arrived at the

**tracer**. The vacancy may cause a**tracer**displacement of ( 1 ) + dwith ...

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### Contents

RICHARD W VOOK | 2 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

Polycrystalline Films | 37 |

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