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

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18 ) is based on the slopes of the energy

. The assumption ...

the energy represented by A only in that the substrate is rigid . The difference of ...

18 ) is based on the slopes of the energy

**curves**for monolayers at zero mismatch. The assumption ...

**Curve**C in Fig . 22 is a plot of the energy , which differs fromthe energy represented by A only in that the substrate is rigid . The difference of ...

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27 ;

> a and B for b < a ( Ball , 1970 ) . and

films will have misfit dislocations and below the

27 ;

**curve**A is for b > a 0 . 05 Ted — Fig . 27 . Graphs of t / c on leol ;**curve**A for b> a and B for b < a ( Ball , 1970 ) . and

**curve**B for b < a . Above the**curves**, stablefilms will have misfit dislocations and below the

**curves**, they will be ...Page 88

The

solid

position in a potential trough corresponding to 0 at the bottom of the

31 .

The

**curves**are drawn for 1 / P = 0 . 8 and are associated with the correspondingsolid

**curves**in Fig . 31 . The jump from A to ... The first adatom will take up aposition in a potential trough corresponding to 0 at the bottom of the

**curve**in Fig .31 .

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