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

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Recently Libowitz ( 1971 ) derived theoretical equations to calculate the

exhibiting antistructure defects . For the intermetallic phases having a chemical

formula ...

Recently Libowitz ( 1971 ) derived theoretical equations to calculate the

**variations**of thermodynamic activities with compositions for binary CsCl phasesexhibiting antistructure defects . For the intermetallic phases having a chemical

formula ...

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the

technique . To simplify the above equation we may substitute the condition for the

one - and - half approximation , i.e. , y = Vo , into Eq . ( 102 ) , and we have 1 ...

the

**variations**of thermodynamic activity with composition using a digital computertechnique . To simplify the above equation we may substitute the condition for the

one - and - half approximation , i.e. , y = Vo , into Eq . ( 102 ) , and we have 1 ...

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33a , b show the

CsCl phases or the f.c. tetragonal phases , the

at positive values of x are not the same as those of in a , at negative values of x .

33a , b show the

**variations**of log activities for component B ( i ... either for theCsCl phases or the f.c. tetragonal phases , the

**variations**of In a with compositionat positive values of x are not the same as those of in a , at negative values of x .

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### Contents

RICHARD W VOOK | 2 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

Polycrystalline Films | 37 |

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