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

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05 and 0 . 02 for Sn and Ge , respectively . This procedure illustrates the method

of evaluating & z / kTe and X * for a particular system ; however , the magnitudes

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**gives**€1 / kTe ~ 0 . 8 and 1 for Sn and Ge , respectively . It also**gives**X * ~ 0 .05 and 0 . 02 for Sn and Ge , respectively . This procedure illustrates the method

of evaluating & z / kTe and X * for a particular system ; however , the magnitudes

...

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As the Fourier coefficients are very sensitive to the details of the function , it is

very important for this technique that E ( 0 ) is accurately measured for many

values of 0 , otherwise this approach can

As the Fourier coefficients are very sensitive to the details of the function , it is

very important for this technique that E ( 0 ) is accurately measured for many

values of 0 , otherwise this approach can

**give**results which are wildly in error .Page 338

The detailed mechanisms by which the more random texture

strength remain to be worked out , however , a crude analogy would be to

compare the similarity of the disoriented material to a polycrystal , on the one

hand ...

The detailed mechanisms by which the more random texture

**gives**rise to higherstrength remain to be worked out , however , a crude analogy would be to

compare the similarity of the disoriented material to a polycrystal , on the one

hand ...

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