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

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An alternate procedure for obtaining a quantitative expression for ye is to

consider the Gibbs adsorption

the surface excess of the fth chemical constituent, dnt is the change in chemical ...

An alternate procedure for obtaining a quantitative expression for ye is to

consider the Gibbs adsorption

**equation**, i.e., dy = -Zridni-Gd<t> (23a) i where T, isthe surface excess of the fth chemical constituent, dnt is the change in chemical ...

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This is the basic

general form required, since as t -» oo and Vyex-* oo,Fv-> 1. The value of Fvex

may be ...

This is the basic

**equation**governing uniform impingement. Integration of this**equation**yields Vy = 1 -exp(-Fvex) (42) It is clear that this result has the propergeneral form required, since as t -» oo and Vyex-* oo,Fv-> 1. The value of Fvex

may be ...

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B. Global Displacement

structure due to motion of all of the elements of the aa/? triple line is the sum of

the changes associated with each line element, and may be expressed in terms

of line ...

B. Global Displacement

**Equations**Changes in the global properties of thestructure due to motion of all of the elements of the aa/? triple line is the sum of

the changes associated with each line element, and may be expressed in terms

of line ...

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