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

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Considering also that the formation of (1, 1) or (— 1, — 1) neighbors results in a

decrease of one S/L bond each, the excess energy Am over that of the 1-level

model is

Considering also that the formation of (1, 1) or (— 1, — 1) neighbors results in a

decrease of one S/L bond each, the excess energy Am over that of the 1-level

model is

**given**by Au = SelX(l-X) (50) In calculating Am, only that portion arising ...Page 67

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

new equilibrium transformation temperature is <5(7v, the total free energy

change AG is

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 energy

change AG is

**given**by AG = <5Gv + AGS = 2nRdR5Gy + IndRy The free energychange ...

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The quantity m includes in its definition the properties of the composite as a

whole and is therefore an effective mass. The symmetry of the lattice and the

operations in its point group are

point ...

The quantity m includes in its definition the properties of the composite as a

whole and is therefore an effective mass. The symmetry of the lattice and the

operations in its point group are

**given**in Appendix A. Let us take the origin at thepoint ...

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