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

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Meaning of the symbols used in the transformation equation ( 3 . 24 ) . Solutions

of the latter kind only exist for very special cases ( Frank and van der Merwe ,

1949b ) . Let us now

de ...

Meaning of the symbols used in the transformation equation ( 3 . 24 ) . Solutions

of the latter kind only exist for very special cases ( Frank and van der Merwe ,

1949b ) . Let us now

**consider**these briefly . On using operations of the kind DEde ...

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For a simple introduction to the concepts involved it is useful to

limiting case E1x = 0 ( kx = 1 ) ( 3 . 35 ) which corresponds to the case where

there exists a region in which consecutive atoms are at the bottoms of

consecutive ...

For a simple introduction to the concepts involved it is useful to

**consider**thelimiting case E1x = 0 ( kx = 1 ) ( 3 . 35 ) which corresponds to the case where

there exists a region in which consecutive atoms are at the bottoms of

consecutive ...

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Ti alloy has an electrical resistivity four orders of magnitude greater than that of

high purity copper . Just below its transition temperature , the alloy ' s resistance ...

**Consider**Fig . 1 . Just above its superconducting transition temperature , the Nb -Ti alloy has an electrical resistivity four orders of magnitude greater than that of

high purity copper . Just below its transition temperature , the alloy ' s resistance ...

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