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

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In the low

defect scattering length 60° and with b2° = bho we have N | CD ( K ) 2 160 ° - b °

12 as scattering cross section . We see also from the analysis given here that for

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In the low

**concentration**limit C1 → 0 we can interpret bio [ 1 + iks , ' ( K ) ] as adefect scattering length 60° and with b2° = bho we have N | CD ( K ) 2 160 ° - b °

12 as scattering cross section . We see also from the analysis given here that for

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Page 173

Using the high temperature approximation for the

Krivoglaz , 1969 ) , CD ( 1 - CD ) { N | CD ( K ) | } x + ... In addition with sufficient

data at different temperatures and

more ...

Using the high temperature approximation for the

**concentration**fluctuation (Krivoglaz , 1969 ) , CD ( 1 - CD ) { N | CD ( K ) | } x + ... In addition with sufficient

data at different temperatures and

**concentrations**the double force tensor , i . e . ,more ...

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Under a condition of continuous cooling from 1300° to 1000° C , an original

YAG crystal , and 3 . 9 % at the end of the cooling . Similarly , a starting Cr

Under a condition of continuous cooling from 1300° to 1000° C , an original

**concentration**of 25 wt % Nd gave a starting Nd**concentration**of 2 . 6 % in theYAG crystal , and 3 . 9 % at the end of the cooling . Similarly , a starting Cr

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### Contents

Epitaxial Interfaces | 3 |

Thin Films | 15 |

Semiinfinite Overgrowths | 52 |

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