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

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Page 107

This rapid development was , in part , made

Krivoglaz ( 1969 ) , who combined electronic properties , via binding forces and

the theory of thermodynamic statistics , with scattering theory in a way which ...

This rapid development was , in part , made

**possible**by the theoretical work ofKrivoglaz ( 1969 ) , who combined electronic properties , via binding forces and

the theory of thermodynamic statistics , with scattering theory in a way which ...

Page 117

Using Eqs . ( 36 ) and ( 37 ) with the definitions above , various

influences have been neglected . In general , aq ( K ) is the Fourier transform of

the electron distribution attached to the nuclei of atom I , whose position vector is

r , = R , + ...

Using Eqs . ( 36 ) and ( 37 ) with the definitions above , various

**possible**influences have been neglected . In general , aq ( K ) is the Fourier transform of

the electron distribution attached to the nuclei of atom I , whose position vector is

r , = R , + ...

Page 119

... isotope composition is

functions , further remarks concerning X - ray scattering are

energy resolution is not

section ...

... isotope composition is

**possible**and useful . Having introduced the correlationfunctions , further remarks concerning X - ray scattering are

**possible**. Becauseenergy resolution is not

**possible**with X - rays , the integral scattering crosssection ...

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### Contents

Epitaxial Interfaces | 3 |

Thin Films | 15 |

Semiinfinite Overgrowths | 52 |

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