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

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Because the leastsquares parabola gives

points background subtraction has little affect on the peak shift ( as long as the

region is a good approximation to a parabola ) . These three methods are

compared in ...

Because the leastsquares parabola gives

**equal**weight to all observed datapoints background subtraction has little affect on the peak shift ( as long as the

region is a good approximation to a parabola ) . These three methods are

compared in ...

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Some assumptions must be made , however , the most common being that of

Voigt , who assumes

crystallites ...

Some assumptions must be made , however , the most common being that of

Voigt , who assumes

**equal**strains in all directions , and Ruess , who assumes**equal**stresses in all crystallites and a modification of Kröner's " coupledcrystallites ...

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This means that any coherent precipitate will transform from y iron to a iron at a

much smaller size than in the copper iron system where the appropriate lattice

parameters are more nearly

This means that any coherent precipitate will transform from y iron to a iron at a

much smaller size than in the copper iron system where the appropriate lattice

parameters are more nearly

**equal**. Aging of the sample allows the a - iron ...### 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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