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

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case the dynamical matrix depends on only six independent

can be determined in terms of the elastic constants . For a more realistic

calculation , one should include the effect of further neighbors . However , in the

absence ...

case the dynamical matrix depends on only six independent

**parameters**, whichcan be determined in terms of the elastic constants . For a more realistic

calculation , one should include the effect of further neighbors . However , in the

absence ...

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All of these

distribution , and thus satisfy the conditions that they are general and quantitative

. The total curvature of surface is an additional property that satisfies these ...

All of these

**parameters**may be defined for features of arbitrary shape , size , anddistribution , and thus satisfy the conditions that they are general and quantitative

. The total curvature of surface is an additional property that satisfies these ...

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Best fit values of these

the results are simple enough , by ... MORE GENERAL PHENOMENOLOGICAL

IMPINGEMENT EQUATIONS The introduction of an adjustable

...

Best fit values of these

**parameters**may be obtained by computer analysis , or , ifthe results are simple enough , by ... MORE GENERAL PHENOMENOLOGICAL

IMPINGEMENT EQUATIONS The introduction of an adjustable

**parameter**( Hillert...

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