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

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SUBSTRATE B Fig . 2 . The periodic curve illustrates the potential variation of an

overgrowth

crystals and the ...

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**ATOMS**- - ENERGY 8 SUBSTRATE A 20 DISPLACEMENT —SUBSTRATE B Fig . 2 . The periodic curve illustrates the potential variation of an

overgrowth

**atom**B when moving on a crystal surface . the regularity of thecrystals and the ...

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21 ) , in lowest energy configuration on number of

overgrowth island . The curves are drawn for l / P = 0 . 8 and are associated with

the corresponding solid curves in Fig . 31 . The jump from A to B in Fig . 32

corresponds to ...

21 ) , in lowest energy configuration on number of

**atoms**Nm spanningovergrowth island . The curves are drawn for l / P = 0 . 8 and are associated with

the corresponding solid curves in Fig . 31 . The jump from A to B in Fig . 32

corresponds to ...

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46 ) where the expectation values are replaced by simple averages for different

thermal states . C , = N / N is the fraction of v

self - correlation function Pv , self ( r , t ) gives the probability of finding an

...

46 ) where the expectation values are replaced by simple averages for different

thermal states . C , = N / N is the fraction of v

**atoms**in the scattering sample . Theself - correlation function Pv , self ( r , t ) gives the probability of finding an

**atom**of...

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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