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

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Naturally when the

many of our assumptions will no longer hold. Our discussion above applies to the

condition of initiation of a collapse nucleus. Once such a nucleus is established, ...

Naturally when the

**volume fraction**of the reinforcement becomes very smallmany of our assumptions will no longer hold. Our discussion above applies to the

condition of initiation of a collapse nucleus. Once such a nucleus is established, ...

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... are triple lines, i.e., are delineated by the conjunction of three microscopically

different volumes (e.g., three grains). ... the three-dimensional features possess a

volume, specified by the normalized parameter Kv which is the

... are triple lines, i.e., are delineated by the conjunction of three microscopically

different volumes (e.g., three grains). ... the three-dimensional features possess a

volume, specified by the normalized parameter Kv which is the

**volume fraction**...Page 257

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.

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