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

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Page 26

The Galvani potential of a phase cannot be

potential difference between two phases is not ... For such a

would be necessary to determine the electrostatic work required to bring a small

charge ...

The Galvani potential of a phase cannot be

**measured**and even the Galvanipotential difference between two phases is not ... For such a

**measurement**, itwould be necessary to determine the electrostatic work required to bring a small

charge ...

Page 169

We can of course determine the experimental values of the elastic constants from

the

determined , are given as Set 2 in Section X . The elastic constants C11 , 066 ,

044 ...

We can of course determine the experimental values of the elastic constants from

the

**measured**values of the phase velocities . The elastic constants , thusdetermined , are given as Set 2 in Section X . The elastic constants C11 , 066 ,

044 ...

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is sometimes assumed that values of E and v ,

during a tensile test , may be used to calculate the value of K . Cullity ( 1956 )

points out several reasons why it is preferable to experimentally determine K , as

has ...

is sometimes assumed that values of E and v ,

**measured**in the ordinary wayduring a tensile test , may be used to calculate the value of K . Cullity ( 1956 )

points out several reasons why it is preferable to experimentally determine K , as

has ...

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