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

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With the help of such observed dispersion

With the help of such observed dispersion

**relations**, the force constants and therefore the bonding strength of the fibers can be estimated . Some estimate of the force constants can also be obtained 172 V. K. TEWARY AND R. BULLOUGH.Page 265

The growth path for this system might also be described alternatively in terms of separate

The growth path for this system might also be described alternatively in terms of separate

**relationships**between the ... 3b , with an implied auxiliary**relation**between radius and thickness , so that the specification of the radius at ...Page 268

However , even where Eq . ( 32 ) may not be integrated in a closed form , the functional

However , even where Eq . ( 32 ) may not be integrated in a closed form , the functional

**relation**T ( R , 1 ) exists , so long as the growth path envelope exists . The fundamental**relationship**governing the evolution of particle size ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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