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

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The maximum absorption path length 1-2-5 depends on the

The maximum absorption path length 1-2-5 depends on the

**average**linear absorption coefficient as well as on Om . A sampling plane of area Ae , parallel to ...Page 72

1 , sample absorption reduces the intensity by a factor n exp ( - 2u ( Y ) ) Y / sin e ] , ( 5 ) where ( u ( Y ) ) is the

1 , sample absorption reduces the intensity by a factor n exp ( - 2u ( Y ) ) Y / sin e ] , ( 5 ) where ( u ( Y ) ) is the

**average**linear absorption ...Page 129

Temperature variation of the

Temperature variation of the

**average**hyperfine field ( H h ) at 57Fe nuclei in NizFe . The inset shows the transition region in more detail .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

The Investigation of Composition | 63 |

Penetration Distance | 75 |

Choice of Binary System for Composition | 86 |

Copyright | |

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