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

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Additional Definitions As briefly discussed earlier, for each

distinguish an inner or Galvani potential <j> and an outer or Volta potential V.

The inner potential <j> is the electrostatic potential in the interior of the

with ...

Additional Definitions As briefly discussed earlier, for each

**phase**one maydistinguish an inner or Galvani potential <j> and an outer or Volta potential V.

The inner potential <j> is the electrostatic potential in the interior of the

**phase**with ...

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The in-

modes of compressive failure by Rosen, are characteristically of a magnitude

about equal to the matrix shear modulus. The validity of this model has been ...

The in-

**phase**and out-of-**phase**buckling modes, called the shear and extensionalmodes of compressive failure by Rosen, are characteristically of a magnitude

about equal to the matrix shear modulus. The validity of this model has been ...

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These derived properties include the mean intercepts I of each

grains in the structure, and the average mean curvature H of the a/? interface.

The mean intercept is the average surface-to-surface distance in a particular ...

These derived properties include the mean intercepts I of each

**phase**, and ofgrains in the structure, and the average mean curvature H of the a/? interface.

The mean intercept is the average surface-to-surface distance in a particular ...

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