## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 2 |

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Page 166

For the general treatment including different sublattices we refer to his book and

confine ourselves to giving his treatment for the case of a binary

sublattice in order to connect this with the treatment above . It can easily be ...

For the general treatment including different sublattices we refer to his book and

confine ourselves to giving his treatment for the case of a binary

**alloy**within onesublattice in order to connect this with the treatment above . It can easily be ...

Page 202

The results can be handled within the theory of elastic scattering for binary

after subtraction of the incoherent elastic scattering for deuterium and correction

for the Debye - Waller factor . * From the scattering function extrapolated to zero ...

The results can be handled within the theory of elastic scattering for binary

**alloys**after subtraction of the incoherent elastic scattering for deuterium and correction

for the Debye - Waller factor . * From the scattering function extrapolated to zero ...

Page 247

Although the

technologically important superconductors , progress in increasing Tc has been

quite slow . NBN with T . ~ 150 K was discovered in 1941 . It took almost 30 years

to ...

Although the

**alloy**chemistry work has been useful in developing currenttechnologically important superconductors , progress in increasing Tc has been

quite slow . NBN with T . ~ 150 K was discovered in 1941 . It took almost 30 years

to ...

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### Contents

Epitaxial Interfaces | 3 |

Thin Films | 15 |

Semiinfinite Overgrowths | 52 |

Copyright | |

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angle anisotropy approximation assumed atoms average axis c-site calculated cations coherent compounds concentration condition considerations constants contribution corresponding crystal curve decreases defect density dependence determined diffusion direction discussed dislocations displacement effect elastic elastic scattering electron energy equation et al experimental experiments factor field flux flux lines follows force function garnets given gives important impurity increases interaction interface ions lattice limit magnetic materials measured Merwe metal method misfit mode neutron normal observed obtained optical parameter phase phonon Phys plane position potential present processes properties range reference region resolution respectively sample scattering cross section shown shows single solid solution space strain stress structure substrate superconducting surface Table temperature tetrahedral theory thermal thickness transition unit values vector wave X-ray