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

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Thus , we see that Ao is equal to the Galvani potential difference 40g only under

very special circumstances . An alternate procedure for obtaining a quantitative

expression for ye is to consider the Gibbs adsorption

...

Thus , we see that Ao is equal to the Galvani potential difference 40g only under

very special circumstances . An alternate procedure for obtaining a quantitative

expression for ye is to consider the Gibbs adsorption

**equation**, i . e . , dy = - Tidui...

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Integration of this

result has the proper general form ... rate and growth model by applying the

methods developed in Section V . Additional

Integration of this

**equation**yields Vy = 1 – exp ( - V vex ) ( 42 ) It is clear that thisresult has the proper general form ... rate and growth model by applying the

methods developed in Section V . Additional

**equations**relating the other metric ...Page 287

B . Global Displacement

structure due to motion of all of the ... For the change in surface area of aa

boundary , integration of

change in ...

B . Global Displacement

**Equations**Changes in the global properties of thestructure due to motion of all of the ... For the change in surface area of aa

boundary , integration of

**equation**( B - 1 ) gives - dS = | dndL ( B - 3 ) JL Thechange in ...

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