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

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It would depend somewhat on thickness for very thin films . This

however unknown and will be neglected . The

surface energy Eg * of the film on strain ( Drechsler and Nicholas , 1969 ) and ...

It would depend somewhat on thickness for very thin films . This

**dependence**ishowever unknown and will be neglected . The

**dependence**of the specific freesurface energy Eg * of the film on strain ( Drechsler and Nicholas , 1969 ) and ...

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ENERGY CONSIDERATIONS In order to carry out calculations , the

concentration

parameters and elastic constants on concentration , Eqs . ( 7.3 ) , must be known .

Previously ...

ENERGY CONSIDERATIONS In order to carry out calculations , the

concentration

**dependence**c ( z ) in Eq . ( 7.2 ) and the**dependence**of latticeparameters and elastic constants on concentration , Eqs . ( 7.3 ) , must be known .

Previously ...

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The scatter in the Band T

determination ( inhomogeneous dislocation distribution ) . The maximum of the

order ...

The scatter in the Band T

**dependence**was of the order of a percent and in the N**dependence**about 30 % , which is mainly due to uncertainties in the Ndetermination ( inhomogeneous dislocation distribution ) . The maximum of the

order ...

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### Contents

Epitaxial Interfaces | 3 |

Thin Films | 15 |

Semiinfinite Overgrowths | 37 |

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