## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 2; Volume 19, Part 1 |

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The intensity of each subspectrum is a function of

for a random alloy is given by 12 ! P ( n ) = 2 - 0 " ( 1 – c ) 12 - " , ( 7 ) ( 12 - n ) ! n !

where n is the number of nearest neighbor B atoms . Although the crystal ...

The intensity of each subspectrum is a function of

**concentration**c of B atoms andfor a random alloy is given by 12 ! P ( n ) = 2 - 0 " ( 1 – c ) 12 - " , ( 7 ) ( 12 - n ) ! n !

where n is the number of nearest neighbor B atoms . Although the crystal ...

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The use of a consistent model to fit spectra over a range of carbon

adds weight to the component ... fields at 269 and 348 kOe , whose relative

intensities were proportional to 2c and 4c , where c is the carbon

The use of a consistent model to fit spectra over a range of carbon

**concentrations**adds weight to the component ... fields at 269 and 348 kOe , whose relative

intensities were proportional to 2c and 4c , where c is the carbon

**concentration**.Page 247

Mathematically , the precipitate coalescence rate R is proportional to the

diffusivity D times the

& D X C . It is difficult to change the diffusivity significantly , but a reduction in the ...

Mathematically , the precipitate coalescence rate R is proportional to the

diffusivity D times the

**concentration**of precipitate atoms in the matrix C . Thus , R& D X C . It is difficult to change the diffusivity significantly , but a reduction in the ...

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Principles of XRay Stress Measurement | 4 |

Control of Accuracy and Precision | 25 |

Applications | 45 |

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