## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 1 |

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We can of course

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

and c33 ...

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 cu, c66, c44,and c33 ...

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Size Distribution Analysis The most detailed description of the geometric state of

a simple two-phase system is contained in the

distribution of particles. It may be helpful to accompany such a

...

Size Distribution Analysis The most detailed description of the geometric state of

a simple two-phase system is contained in the

**determination**of the sizedistribution of particles. It may be helpful to accompany such a

**determination**with...

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

may

conditions. This maximum rate of deposition is

the ...

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 given set ofconditions. This maximum rate of deposition is

**determined**when one or both ofthe ...

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