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

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Cahn and Hilliard ( 1958 ) described this interfacial relaxation in

terms calculating the interface diffuseness via that path . Cahn ( 1960 )

proceeded to calculate the change in crystal face energy and crystal edge energy

in terms ...

Cahn and Hilliard ( 1958 ) described this interfacial relaxation in

**thermodynamic**terms calculating the interface diffuseness via that path . Cahn ( 1960 )

proceeded to calculate the change in crystal face energy and crystal edge energy

in terms ...

Page 68

They are both

however , averaging is proper for one , but point - to - point evaluation is

necessary for the other . 2 . STATIONARY - STATE SHAPES In the past we W . A .

TILLER.

They are both

**thermodynamic**in nature and require the evaluation of AA / AV ;however , averaging is proper for one , but point - to - point evaluation is

necessary for the other . 2 . STATIONARY - STATE SHAPES In the past we W . A .

TILLER.

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Some estimate of the force constants can also be obtained by a measurement of

the

the effect of bonding defects on the dispersion relations using the present model

...

Some estimate of the force constants can also be obtained by a measurement of

the

**thermodynamic**quantities . The calculation of**thermodynamic**quantities andthe effect of bonding defects on the dispersion relations using the present model

...

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