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

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24b and 24c , the “ solid ” molecules are in + 1 states and + 1 , + 2 states ,

and will then determine the lowering of the free energy fa due to roughening for

the ...

24b and 24c , the “ solid ” molecules are in + 1 states and + 1 , + 2 states ,

**respectively**. We shall first deduce the excess free energy per site f . in Fig . 24aand will then determine the lowering of the free energy fa due to roughening for

the ...

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Here , there are 12 and 8 1st N . N . ,

2 / £z = 0 . 125 and 0 . 263 ,

compare only the most densely packed plane for these systems , i . e . , the ( 111

) ...

Here , there are 12 and 8 1st N . N . ,

**respectively**, plus 6 and 6 2nd N . N . with £2 / £z = 0 . 125 and 0 . 263 ,

**respectively**( neglect 3rd N . N . effects ) . We willcompare only the most densely packed plane for these systems , i . e . , the ( 111

) ...

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... its first and second neighbors on the xy plane ( 1 - 4 and 5 - 8 ,

and the objects which are just above ( O ' , 1 ' - 4 ' , and 5 ' - 8 ' ,

just below ( O " , 1 " - 4 " , and 5 " - 8 " ,

... its first and second neighbors on the xy plane ( 1 - 4 and 5 - 8 ,

**respectively**) ,and the objects which are just above ( O ' , 1 ' - 4 ' , and 5 ' - 8 ' ,

**respectively**) andjust below ( O " , 1 " - 4 " , and 5 " - 8 " ,

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