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

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58 ) The interesting

from ( 4 . 58 ) , can also be understood in terms of ( 4 . 12 ) , ( 4 . 29 ) , and ( 4 . 53

) . The total average strain energy E . and the total average energy E per unit

area ...

58 ) The interesting

**relation**EES = ( 1 - 0 ) Mo / Ma ( 1 - 06 ) ( 4 . 59 ) followingfrom ( 4 . 58 ) , can also be understood in terms of ( 4 . 12 ) , ( 4 . 29 ) , and ( 4 . 53

) . The total average strain energy E . and the total average energy E per unit

area ...

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In the said calculations the hypothetical case of a uniform concentration gradient

was considered using the model described above , including the

. The energies of various symmetrical arrangements of misfit dislocations ...

In the said calculations the hypothetical case of a uniform concentration gradient

was considered using the model described above , including the

**relation**( 7 . 10 ). The energies of various symmetrical arrangements of misfit dislocations ...

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Another way is to start from the

two - body interaction potential in cases where thermodynamic equilibrium can

be assumed . In the high temperature limit it is ( Krivoglaz , 1969 ) CD ( 1 - CD ) N

...

Another way is to start from the

**relation**between concentration fluctuation andtwo - body interaction potential in cases where thermodynamic equilibrium can

be assumed . In the high temperature limit it is ( Krivoglaz , 1969 ) CD ( 1 - CD ) N

...

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