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

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Diffusion - Modified

Calculations ... I . Introduction A .

important role in many natural phenomena which are of considerable academic

interest and ...

Diffusion - Modified

**Interfaces**. . A . Introduction . . . B . Model . . . . . . C .Calculations ... I . Introduction A .

**Interface**The properties of**interfaces**play animportant role in many natural phenomena which are of considerable academic

interest and ...

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The diffusion induced strain is seen to be discontinuous at the

generated and to vanish on the neutral planes . Returning now to the bicrystal

system it is clear that strains of the kind discussed above will exist on either side

of ...

The diffusion induced strain is seen to be discontinuous at the

**interface**AA ' thusgenerated and to vanish on the neutral planes . Returning now to the bicrystal

system it is clear that strains of the kind discussed above will exist on either side

of ...

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The subscripts a and b designate the crystals on the two sides of the

The analysis is simplified by replacing the elastic constants by averages . A good

approximation , when the variation of elastic constants with concentration is small

...

The subscripts a and b designate the crystals on the two sides of the

**interface**.The analysis is simplified by replacing the elastic constants by averages . A good

approximation , when the variation of elastic constants with concentration is small

...

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