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

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On a cut parallel to the y

On a cut parallel to the y

**axis**, it follows from Eq . ( 3.9 ) , and by definition , that the averages of Txy and Tx are given by ( van der Merwe , 1970 ) Txy = ( 3.47 ) • Py T [ 2ut / ( 1-0 ) ] ( ex + oē , ) = 0 ex being independent of ...Page 339

Anisotropy energy , Fk , is required to turn M from the easy

Anisotropy energy , Fk , is required to turn M from the easy

**axis**direction to any other direction . ... ( 31 ) The coordinate**axes**coincide with the crystal**axes**, and d1 , A2 , and Az are the direction cosines of M with respect to the ...Page 344

23a , is perpendicular to the ( 111 )

23a , is perpendicular to the ( 111 )

**axis**which is nearly normal to the { 211 } facets . This ( 111 ) direction is the easy**axis**emergent from the junction of , and 19 ° 28 ' off of , the normal to the three { 211 } facets .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Epitaxial Interfaces | 3 |

Thin Films | 15 |

Semiinfinite Overgrowths | 37 |

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