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

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Thus, the rate of change of

without any additional information, either qualitative or quantitative, about other

features in the structure, or the geometric properties associated with them.

Thus, the rate of change of

**volume fraction**of a growing phase may be reportedwithout any additional information, either qualitative or quantitative, about other

features in the structure, or the geometric properties associated with them.

Page 264

This requires that the structure consist completely of separate, convex particles,

distributed in a matrix. This requirement, in turn, effectively limits the range of

structures that may be analyzed to those for which the

is ...

This requires that the structure consist completely of separate, convex particles,

distributed in a matrix. This requirement, in turn, effectively limits the range of

structures that may be analyzed to those for which the

**volume fraction**of particlesis ...

Page 273

B. Redistribution Processes Let a redistribution process be denned as one for

which the number of particles decreases with time, while the average particle

size increases. While it is often true that the total

the ...

B. Redistribution Processes Let a redistribution process be denned as one for

which the number of particles decreases with time, while the average particle

size increases. While it is often true that the total

**volume fraction**of the particles inthe ...

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