## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 1 |

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Thus, using Eqs. (31b) and (31c), Cf(L)*Cf(S)[1-*(AK/F)] Old) which, from Eq. (31a

), yields A0sL~0.l volt for the solid-liquid interface. In Table V

ye/, as well as the experimental

Thus, using Eqs. (31b) and (31c), Cf(L)*Cf(S)[1-*(AK/F)] Old) which, from Eq. (31a

), yields A0sL~0.l volt for the solid-liquid interface. In Table V

**values**of A$sL and |ye/, as well as the experimental

**values**of ysL, are given for a number of metals.Page 153

As the Fourier coefficients are very sensitive to the details of the function, it is very

important for this technique that Ec(9) is accurately measured for many

6, otherwise this approach can give results which are wildly in error. When the ...

As the Fourier coefficients are very sensitive to the details of the function, it is very

important for this technique that Ec(9) is accurately measured for many

**values**of6, otherwise this approach can give results which are wildly in error. When the ...

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One possible explanation could be that the calculated

constants do not agree with the actual elastic constants of the sample used for

the experiments. We can of course determine the experimental

elastic ...

One possible explanation could be that the calculated

**values**of the elasticconstants do not agree with the actual elastic constants of the sample used for

the experiments. We can of course determine the experimental

**values**of theelastic ...

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