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

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Page 66

We know that as AHRT decreases , the interface diffuseness

and ye decrease so that the rate of molecular attachment

decreases for fixed V ) and the anisotropy of the attachment kinetics

greatly , i ...

We know that as AHRT decreases , the interface diffuseness

**increases**; both yand ye decrease so that the rate of molecular attachment

**increases**( ATK )decreases for fixed V ) and the anisotropy of the attachment kinetics

**increases**greatly , i ...

Page 97

Note that the number of elements

effect was also observed experimentally by McKee ( 1967 ) . We now proceed to

show that the strength of the laminate has a maximum at a certain N , and that ...

Note that the number of elements

**increases**from right to left in the figure . Theeffect was also observed experimentally by McKee ( 1967 ) . We now proceed to

show that the strength of the laminate has a maximum at a certain N , and that ...

Page 273

Note that this model describes a case in which the interface velocity

with the local curvature , so that the predicted inequalities Ħg > Ħ and Ūy > ūs are

satisfied . It is evident that other , more complex and detailed models could easily

...

Note that this model describes a case in which the interface velocity

**increases**with the local curvature , so that the predicted inequalities Ħg > Ħ and Ūy > ūs are

satisfied . It is evident that other , more complex and detailed models could easily

...

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