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

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Space charge distribution between two materials , I and II , when the

Space charge distribution between two materials , I and II , when the

**thickness**of I is much less than its Debye length . 3. ... 16 , the calculations of the previous sections will satisfy provided the slab is**thicker**than 2dı .Page 170

However , the finite

However , the finite

**thickness**of the fibers will also be manifest through the effects of internal friction , phonon - phonon interaction , and the absorption of elastic waves due to various defects in the atomic structure of the fibers ...Page 265

If the particles were platelets of fixed

If the particles were platelets of fixed

**thickness**, the variation of the radius of the plate with time is sufficient to specify the growth path . Other examples might be the variation of the length of a rod of fixed radius with time ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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