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

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In Table V , the Drude

In Table V , the Drude

**value**of ε * was used yielding**values**of d ~ 10 atom spacings . It is interesting to note that lyel is large compared to Ysl and that Ysl is found to be small when yel is calculated to be large ( since Ysl ...Page 153

As the Fourier coefficients are very sensitive to the details of the function , it is very important for this technique that E ( 0 ) is accurately measured for many

As the Fourier coefficients are very sensitive to the details of the function , it is very important for this technique that E ( 0 ) is accurately measured for many

**values**of 0 , otherwise this approach can give results which are wildly ...Page 169

One possible explanation could be that the calculated

One possible explanation could be that the calculated

**values**of the elastic constants do not agree with the actual elastic constants of the sample used for the experiments . We can of course determine the experimental**values**of the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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