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Under these conditions there is little detectable degradation of the heating

elements even at very high

the

Under these conditions there is little detectable degradation of the heating

elements even at very high

**temperatures**(2500°C) in periods of up to 12 hr, andthe

**temperature**will remain stable at the same furnace power for long periods.Page 149

occur at a

>0 for T > Tc; (ii) B'(Tc) = 0 or F(T) = 0; (iii) C'(Tc)>0. Since A, B', C, are assumed

to be continuous functions of

occur at a

**temperature**Tc, under the following three conditions: (i) A(Tc) = 0, A(T)>0 for T > Tc; (ii) B'(Tc) = 0 or F(T) = 0; (iii) C'(Tc)>0. Since A, B', C, are assumed

to be continuous functions of

**temperature**(and of any other relevant variable ...Page 399

solvent" or 0-like range where the authors predict RG2 to be independent of

concentration and proportional to Zr as at the 0

polymer. The line Te = Ng1 /2 delineates region I', the region of 0 behavior (or the

tricritical ...

solvent" or 0-like range where the authors predict RG2 to be independent of

concentration and proportional to Zr as at the 0

**temperature**or in the bulkpolymer. The line Te = Ng1 /2 delineates region I', the region of 0 behavior (or the

tricritical ...

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### Contents

Neutron Production and Detection | 12 |

Basic Scattering Theory | 21 |

Diffraction from Crystals | 30 |

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