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

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For the 3-level model, it is relatively easy to show that X* (edge) ~ [(X* (flat)] 'A. In

the absence of a driving force, i.e., Tt = TE, an interface held parallel to a low

index crystallographic plane will assume an

identical ...

For the 3-level model, it is relatively easy to show that X* (edge) ~ [(X* (flat)] 'A. In

the absence of a driving force, i.e., Tt = TE, an interface held parallel to a low

index crystallographic plane will assume an

**equilibrium**configuration. Anidentical ...

Page 67

If the volume free energy change per unit volume of transformed material at the

new

change AG is given by AG = <5Gv + AGS = 2nRdR5Gy + IndRy The free energy

change ...

If the volume free energy change per unit volume of transformed material at the

new

**equilibrium**transformation temperature is <5(7v, the total free energychange AG is given by AG = <5Gv + AGS = 2nRdR5Gy + IndRy The free energy

change ...

Page 119

Let r(/) denote the position vector of the /th object at

some conveniently chosen system of Cartesian axes. In response to an external

disturbance, such as an elastic wave, each object will be displaced from its

position ...

Let r(/) denote the position vector of the /th object at

**equilibrium**with respect tosome conveniently chosen system of Cartesian axes. In response to an external

disturbance, such as an elastic wave, each object will be displaced from its

position ...

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