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

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For a particular value of l - l ' , the force constant is a tensor of the second rank and can be written as a 3 x 3

For a particular value of l - l ' , the force constant is a tensor of the second rank and can be written as a 3 x 3

**matrix**. Thus , Eq . ( 7 ) and ( 8 ) can be written in the**matrix**form as $ ( l ) = S - 10 ( l ' ) S ( 9 ) and ( 10 ) r ...Page 122

We shall assume that the

We shall assume that the

**matrix**is stretched or compressed only locally and that the disturbance is transmitted through the composite in a series of local disturbances . Thus , we can restrict the force constants to few near neighbors .Page 127

However , as we shall see in the next section , in the limit of small c , all of them do not contribute independently to the dynamical

However , as we shall see in the next section , in the limit of small c , all of them do not contribute independently to the dynamical

**matrix**. Only ten independent combinations of the above force constants contribute to the dynamical ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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