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

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Thus, elastic matrix (13a) for plastic matrix (13b) where the exponent m of the

flaw density distribution can be obtained from the coefficient of

means of Fig. 4 (McClintock and Argon, 1966). As will become clear, the simple ...

Thus, elastic matrix (13a) for plastic matrix (13b) where the exponent m of the

flaw density distribution can be obtained from the coefficient of

**variation**bymeans of Fig. 4 (McClintock and Argon, 1966). As will become clear, the simple ...

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In systems in which the particle shape is time independent, the growth path may

be fully represented by the

time. For example, if the particles were spherical, the

...

In systems in which the particle shape is time independent, the growth path may

be fully represented by the

**variation**of any convenient particle dimension withtime. For example, if the particles were spherical, the

**variation**of the radius of the...

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Alternatively, an analysis of the time

provide the essential insights to topological change and the interface velocity

distribution. If the system is microstructurally more complex, e.g., the particles are

of ...

Alternatively, an analysis of the time

**variation**of the global properties mayprovide the essential insights to topological change and the interface velocity

distribution. If the system is microstructurally more complex, e.g., the particles are

of ...

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