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

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Page 169

We can of course

the measured values of the phase velocities . The elastic constants , thus

044 ...

We can of course

**determine**the experimental values of the elastic constants fromthe measured values of the phase velocities . The elastic constants , thus

**determined**, are given as Set 2 in Section X . The elastic constants C11 , 066 ,044 ...

Page 269

It may be helpful to accompany such a

measurements of the metric properties

methods in order to verify the validity of the model particle shape used , but the

size distribution ...

It may be helpful to accompany such a

**determination**with quantitativemeasurements of the metric properties

**determined**by the direct countingmethods in order to verify the validity of the model particle shape used , but the

size distribution ...

Page 296

From kinetic theory considerations , Brecher ( 1970 ) has

... The utility of considering solely diffusion in the gas phase is that one , in

principle , may

set of ...

From kinetic theory considerations , Brecher ( 1970 ) has

**determined**that R = 0 .... The utility of considering solely diffusion in the gas phase is that one , in

principle , may

**determine**the maximum possible rate for the process for a givenset of ...

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