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

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Page 82

According to the calculations ( Seitz , 1948 ) x2 $ , t ) ( 2/12 ) dx ) ( 7.30 ) s = ( $ t-

% + 2n ) / 2D % where t is the time at which interdiffusion commences , & is

measured from the original

constant .

According to the calculations ( Seitz , 1948 ) x2 $ , t ) ( 2/12 ) dx ) ( 7.30 ) s = ( $ t-

% + 2n ) / 2D % where t is the time at which interdiffusion commences , & is

measured from the original

**position**of the interface , and D is the diffusionconstant .

Page 150

Prospects far beyond this , however , are promised by the use of

sensitive counters . A system consisting of six

counters with 5 cm diameter and 60 cm length of every counter has been in

operation at ...

Prospects far beyond this , however , are promised by the use of

**position**sensitive counters . A system consisting of six

**position**sensitive neutron - BF3counters with 5 cm diameter and 60 cm length of every counter has been in

operation at ...

Page 153

An important step into this direction is the use of double - monochromators with

the advantage of a fixed sample

analyzer . Multi - arm analyzer systems as used in Trombay and Chalk River

have ...

An important step into this direction is the use of double - monochromators with

the advantage of a fixed sample

**position**and therefore more flexibility for theanalyzer . Multi - arm analyzer systems as used in Trombay and Chalk River

have ...

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### Contents

Epitaxial Interfaces | 3 |

Thin Films | 15 |

Semiinfinite Overgrowths | 37 |

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