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

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Page 89

Finally , as a third alternative , the secondary fractures could divide up in various

ways between

assumed then that after the various combinations of

...

Finally , as a third alternative , the secondary fractures could divide up in various

ways between

**single**and double fractures around the primary fractures . Theyassumed then that after the various combinations of

**single**and double secondary...

Page 202

These additional relaxations were associated with the effect of the lattice

distortion of the couple at increasing distance on either a

another Mn couple or cluster . Thus , they concluded that a virtually continuous

distribution ...

These additional relaxations were associated with the effect of the lattice

distortion of the couple at increasing distance on either a

**single**Mn atom oranother Mn couple or cluster . Thus , they concluded that a virtually continuous

distribution ...

Page 219

In their computer model they assumed each process could be represented by a

namely , that the nitrogen peak height is independent of the oxygen

concentration ) is ...

In their computer model they assumed each process could be represented by a

**single**Debye - type peak . One of their assumptions to support their model (namely , that the nitrogen peak height is independent of the oxygen

concentration ) is ...

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