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

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Fig . 16 . Space charge distribution between two materials , I and II , when the

previous sections will satisfy provided the slab is

...

Fig . 16 . 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 theprevious sections will satisfy provided the slab is

**thicker**than 2d7 . However , as...

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However , the finite

of internal friction , phonon - phonon interaction , and the absorption of elastic

waves due to various defects in the atomic structure of the fibers . The

contribution ...

However , the finite

**thickness**of the fibers will also be manifest through the effectsof internal friction , phonon - phonon interaction , and the absorption of elastic

waves due to various defects in the atomic structure of the fibers . The

contribution ...

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If the particles were platelets of fixed

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 , or the edge length of

a ...

If the particles were platelets of fixed

**thickness**, the variation of the radius of theplate 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 , or the edge length of

a ...

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