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

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where E is Young's modulus and v Poisson's ratio.f In this

where E is Young's modulus and v Poisson's ratio.f In this

**equation**, deve is the lattice spacing in the direction defined by y and \ ( see Fig .Page 68

Solutions to the diffusion

Solutions to the diffusion

**equation**allow diffusion coefficients to be determined from composition maps and this is probably a more important end result ...Page 78

Vme HmVme : ( 21 )

Vme HmVme : ( 21 )

**Equations**( 15 ) and ( 21 ) can be useful to test ... If none of the elements are lost to the system , a conservation**equation**must also ...### 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 |

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