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

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When adapted for the present

to having c / p < c / 2t ( 5 . 17 ) C . Ball ' s Modelt 1 . MODEL A model which

achieves appreciable simplification of the calculations and greater accuracy of ...

When adapted for the present

**considerations**, “ small ” misfit would be equivalentto having c / p < c / 2t ( 5 . 17 ) C . Ball ' s Modelt 1 . MODEL A model which

achieves appreciable simplification of the calculations and greater accuracy of ...

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8 ) , is by definition independent of mismatch , and may therefore be taken

constant in the present

with ...

8 ) , is by definition independent of mismatch , and may therefore be taken

constant in the present

**considerations**. It would depend ... By the foregoing**consideration**, the minimization ( Ball , 1970 ) of Er = EH + 2Em ( 1 + ē ) 2 ( 6 . 4 )with ...

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FORCE

dislocation and on interfaces of dislocations allows one to make some

predictions regarding the stability of the dislocation arrangements . Note that the

diffusion induced ...

FORCE

**CONSIDERATIONS**Knowledge of the forces acting on a singledislocation and on interfaces of dislocations allows one to make some

predictions regarding the stability of the dislocation arrangements . Note that the

diffusion induced ...

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