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

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Herbert Herman. between 0 . 01 and 1 cm2 . Optimum sample thicknesses Dope

are 1 / 2 , . They are typically between 10 and 100 u for X - rays and between 0 . 3

and 10 cm for neutrons . The

Herbert Herman. between 0 . 01 and 1 cm2 . Optimum sample thicknesses Dope

are 1 / 2 , . They are typically between 10 and 100 u for X - rays and between 0 . 3

and 10 cm for neutrons . The

**ratio**Sn ( K ) / ( do / d12 ) x is equal to b2 / ( a .Page 218

Qexp is the

scattering alone . Qexp is plotted vs . Kx Rg . Ē , is the average radius of gyration .

R , = 160 Å for curve 1 and 290 Å for curve 2a and 2b . The average diameter of

the ...

Qexp is the

**ratio**of [ 2 / 3 ( do | d92 ) mag + ( do | d22 ) nucı ] to the nuclearscattering alone . Qexp is plotted vs . Kx Rg . Ē , is the average radius of gyration .

R , = 160 Å for curve 1 and 290 Å for curve 2a and 2b . The average diameter of

the ...

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The lattice specific heat , Cl , follows the well - known To law at low temperatures

where the

the Debye temperature . Cu = RAT3 where R is the gas constant .

The lattice specific heat , Cl , follows the well - known To law at low temperatures

where the

**ratio**0 / T may be taken to be infinite for all practical purposes , and 0 isthe Debye temperature . Cu = RAT3 where R is the gas constant .

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### Contents

Epitaxial Interfaces | 3 |

Thin Films | 15 |

Semiinfinite Overgrowths | 52 |

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