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

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Next, Mullins (1959) and Mutaftschiev and Kern (1964, 1965) made contributions

to the three-level model and, most recently, Temkin (1966) developed the JV-

level model for a simple cubic

Cahn ...

Next, Mullins (1959) and Mutaftschiev and Kern (1964, 1965) made contributions

to the three-level model and, most recently, Temkin (1966) developed the JV-

level model for a simple cubic

**lattice**predicting the same general features asCahn ...

Page 118

Resume of the Born-von Karman Theory Let us consider a bound assembly of N

objects arranged periodically in a

that a unit cell can be defined so that the whole

all ...

Resume of the Born-von Karman Theory Let us consider a bound assembly of N

objects arranged periodically in a

**lattice**. The assumption of periodicity impliesthat a unit cell can be defined so that the whole

**lattice**can be built up by joiningall ...

Page 123

Arrangement of the fibers, represented by dots in the xy plane forming (a) a

square

for the two symmetries (Figs. 1 and 2). The wave motion along this plane will

show ...

Arrangement of the fibers, represented by dots in the xy plane forming (a) a

square

**lattice**(b) a hexagonal**lattice**. square and hexagonal**lattice**, respectively,for the two symmetries (Figs. 1 and 2). The wave motion along this plane will

show ...

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