## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 3 |

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Page 92

If we substitute the expressions from Eqs. (249), properly differentiated, into Eq. (

245) we

where again we have neglected terms of order a2 or greater, and where we have

...

If we substitute the expressions from Eqs. (249), properly differentiated, into Eq. (

245) we

**obtain**p0 Vt, = (2ai + X) + a (5A + 1 On + 2/ + 4m) + 2p (A + 21), (253)where again we have neglected terms of order a2 or greater, and where we have

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Page 127

A similar expression can be

c,1-c12)-[JP/(c11+2c12)][|(c11+c12) + 3c111-ic123], (363) and equate it with the

expression pV2 = Wll-Cu), (364) where c'11 and c'12 are the values of the ...

A similar expression can be

**obtained**for c'12 if we use Eq. (343), namely, pV2 =i(c,1-c12)-[JP/(c11+2c12)][|(c11+c12) + 3c111-ic123], (363) and equate it with the

expression pV2 = Wll-Cu), (364) where c'11 and c'12 are the values of the ...

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They compared their results with the data

relative poor agreement was

agreement is that Gedroits and Krasil'nikov may have used an incorrect formula

to ...

They compared their results with the data

**obtained**from Bridgman (204, 205) andrelative poor agreement was

**obtained**. A possible reason for this lack ofagreement is that Gedroits and Krasil'nikov may have used an incorrect formula

to ...

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