## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 1 |

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Energy level diagram for two solids illustrating the macropotential

) the electrically isolated and separated

but separated

Energy level diagram for two solids illustrating the macropotential

**condition**in ( a) the electrically isolated and separated

**condition**, ( b ) the electronic equilibriumbut separated

**condition**, and ( c ) the intimate contact**condition**. ( an electron ...Page 98

Monotonic decrease of composite strength with increase in amount of

reinforcement used . ( From Kies , 1964 , courtesy U . S . Naval Research

Laboratory . ) resulting in maximum strength , we substitute the

Eq . ( 22 ) into Eq ...

Monotonic decrease of composite strength with increase in amount of

reinforcement used . ( From Kies , 1964 , courtesy U . S . Naval Research

Laboratory . ) resulting in maximum strength , we substitute the

**condition**given inEq . ( 22 ) into Eq ...

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This

the reaction of Eq . ( 1 ) under the

rates ( i . e . , large km ) , then Xis → Xio and X2S → X2° . Taking an empirical ...

This

**condition**gives the curves shown in Fig . 1 . In practice , it is ... If we considerthe reaction of Eq . ( 1 ) under the

**conditions**of low temperatures and high flowrates ( i . e . , large km ) , then Xis → Xio and X2S → X2° . Taking an empirical ...

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