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

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Page 66

We know that as AHf/kT 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.e., ...

We know that as AHf/kT decreases, the interface diffuseness

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

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

**increases**greatly, i.e., ...

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 HG > H and vH > vs 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 HG > H and vH > vs are

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

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