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

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The curves ,

The curves ,

**corresponding**to the various potential representations , are compared in Fig . 4. Curves A , B1 , B2 , and C**correspond**to Eqs . ( 2.1 ) , ( 2.3 ) , and ( 2.4 ) , with r2 ...Page 39

RELATIVE DISPLACEMENT The introduction of C also sets up a one - to - one correspondence between interfacial atoms of A and B. Accordingly the displacement of an atom in B relative to the

RELATIVE DISPLACEMENT The introduction of C also sets up a one - to - one correspondence between interfacial atoms of A and B. Accordingly the displacement of an atom in B relative to the

**corresponding**atom in A is given by U ( x ) = c ...Page 88

The curves are drawn for 1 / P = 0.8 and are associated with the

The curves are drawn for 1 / P = 0.8 and are associated with the

**corresponding**solid curves in Fig . 31. The jump from A to B in Fig . 32**corresponds**to the introduction of a misfit dislocation at A ' in Fig . 31 .### 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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