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

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The limiting case of long waves is

waves (Born and Huang, 1954) when the formulas

The limiting case of long waves is

**obtained**by using Born's method of longwaves (Born and Huang, 1954) when the formulas

**obtained**here reduce to those**obtained**by using the Green-Christoffel equations for an elastic continuum ...Page 173

Some estimate of the force constants can also be

the thermodynamic quantities. The calculation of thermodynamic quantities and

the effect of bonding defects on the dispersion relations using the present model

...

Some estimate of the force constants can also be

**obtained**by a measurement ofthe thermodynamic quantities. The calculation of thermodynamic quantities and

the effect of bonding defects on the dispersion relations using the present model

...

Page 196

Jamieson and Kennedy (1966) again studied iron-vanadium-nitrogen alloys with

a variation from 0.415 to 0.69% vanadium. They also

Fe-V alloys with carbon which also showed the existence of an abnormal peak.

Jamieson and Kennedy (1966) again studied iron-vanadium-nitrogen alloys with

a variation from 0.415 to 0.69% vanadium. They also

**obtained**some results forFe-V alloys with carbon which also showed the existence of an abnormal peak.

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