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

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For the

quadratic with atomic spacings a and b . The model disregards the

superstructures , which are observed by LEED and are not completely

understood .

For the

**present**it is adequate to regard the interfacial atomic symmetry as beingquadratic with atomic spacings a and b . The model disregards the

superstructures , which are observed by LEED and are not completely

understood .

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By using the relation ( 2.7 ) it follows , for the averages per interfacial atom , that

Ea Зq 3Q ( 2.12 ) Since the energy changes per atom considered in the

calculations are measured in units of Q , changes in Eş cannot be ignored ...

By using the relation ( 2.7 ) it follows , for the averages per interfacial atom , that

Ea Зq 3Q ( 2.12 ) Since the energy changes per atom considered in the

**present**calculations are measured in units of Q , changes in Eş cannot be ignored ...

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This also demonstrates the close agreement between the numerical values

predicted by the

noted that the model used to demonstrate the saw - tooth behavior is a severely ...

This also demonstrates the close agreement between the numerical values

predicted by the

**present**approach , and those of Vincent and others . It is to benoted that the model used to demonstrate the saw - tooth behavior is a severely ...

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### Contents

Epitaxial Interfaces | 3 |

Thin Films | 15 |

Semiinfinite Overgrowths | 37 |

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