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

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Theoretical contour plots of surface energy ( 1 ) when only nearest

interactions are considered in ( a ) fcc and ( b ) bcc crystals and ( 2 ) when

nearest and secondnearest

crystals with E ...

Theoretical contour plots of surface energy ( 1 ) when only nearest

**neighbor**interactions are considered in ( a ) fcc and ( b ) bcc crystals and ( 2 ) when

nearest and secondnearest

**neighbor**interactions are considered in ( c ) fcccrystals with E ...

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This type of analysis is sensitive to such simplifying approximations as the G . B .

W . approximation and the nearest

must be kept in mind when we evaluate the quantitative accuracy of the following

...

This type of analysis is sensitive to such simplifying approximations as the G . B .

W . approximation and the nearest

**neighbor**interaction only approximation andmust be kept in mind when we evaluate the quantitative accuracy of the following

...

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From these results and the compositional dependence of the five processes ,

they further concluded that the defects responsible for the three extraordinary

peaks were ( 1 ) an oxygen atom , and ( 2 ) a nitrogen atom on nearest

...

From these results and the compositional dependence of the five processes ,

they further concluded that the defects responsible for the three extraordinary

peaks were ( 1 ) an oxygen atom , and ( 2 ) a nitrogen atom on nearest

**neighbor**...

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