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

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The model which follows is a composite view of those put forth by Lomer ( 1958 )

, Lidiard ( 1955 , 1960 ) , and Manning ( 1962 , 1969 ) for

solute diffusion and correlation effects . In a pure solvent ,

The model which follows is a composite view of those put forth by Lomer ( 1958 )

, Lidiard ( 1955 , 1960 ) , and Manning ( 1962 , 1969 ) for

**vacancy**controlledsolute diffusion and correlation effects . In a pure solvent ,

**vacancy**sources and ...Page 82

Finally , the

rate wz . Evidently , the probability that a

its first jump from a neighboring site is w2 / ( W2 + 4w , + 7w3 ) . Similarly , the ...

Finally , the

**vacancy**would jump to one of seven next nearest neighbor sites at arate wz . Evidently , the probability that a

**vacancy**will exchange with a solute onits first jump from a neighboring site is w2 / ( W2 + 4w , + 7w3 ) . Similarly , the ...

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Herbert Herman. The presence of

in binary thermal diffusion . In a sufficiently dilute binary alloy , the solute will not

appreciably influence the motion of the solvent as described by Eqs . ( 65–70 ) .

Herbert Herman. The presence of

**vacancy**wind effects is most easily understoodin binary thermal diffusion . In a sufficiently dilute binary alloy , the solute will not

appreciably influence the motion of the solvent as described by Eqs . ( 65–70 ) .

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RICHARD W VOOK | 2 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

Polycrystalline Films | 37 |

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