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

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For solids the

terms of F , i.e. , FA + FB < FAB ( 2.17 ) where A , B , and AB refer respectively to

pure A , pure B , and a solid solution of A and B. By definition of F this becomes E

+ ...

For solids the

**condition**for insolubility may again approximately be written interms of F , i.e. , FA + FB < FAB ( 2.17 ) where A , B , and AB refer respectively to

pure A , pure B , and a solid solution of A and B. By definition of F this becomes E

+ ...

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Hence two dimensional growth obtains when fa = fb + fab = fb ( 2.20 ) for the

growth of a substance on itself and otherwise when fa > fB + faB ( 2.21 ) There is

no reason why the

subsequent ...

Hence two dimensional growth obtains when fa = fb + fab = fb ( 2.20 ) for the

growth of a substance on itself and otherwise when fa > fB + faB ( 2.21 ) There is

no reason why the

**condition**( 2.21 ) should not recur for the second andsubsequent ...

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By similar arguments it follows that the

when the misfits are equal but opposite in sign , is 0 < l / P < 1 ( 3.60 ) Analogous

relationships may be written for the metastability

...

By similar arguments it follows that the

**condition**for the coherent configuration ,when the misfits are equal but opposite in sign , is 0 < l / P < 1 ( 3.60 ) Analogous

relationships may be written for the metastability

**conditions**for a boundary ledge...

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### Contents

Epitaxial Interfaces | 3 |

Thin Films | 15 |

Semiinfinite Overgrowths | 37 |

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