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

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Furthermore , in order to comply with energy minimization , the redistributed

dislocations must form symmetrical arrangements which require them to be

equally divided among the so - called subinterfaces and to be evenly

each .

Furthermore , in order to comply with energy minimization , the redistributed

dislocations must form symmetrical arrangements which require them to be

equally divided among the so - called subinterfaces and to be evenly

**spaced**ineach .

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... give a maximal effect . Similarly , the

roughly equal to the

flux lines in contact with the obstacles without straining the flux line lattice (

Friedel et al ...

... give a maximal effect . Similarly , the

**spacing**of the obstacles should beroughly equal to the

**spacing**of the flux lines in order to maximize the number offlux lines in contact with the obstacles without straining the flux line lattice (

Friedel et al ...

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The strain perpendicular to the surface εt is given by et = ( Ad + ) / do ( 23 ) where

dot is the lattice

the lattice

The strain perpendicular to the surface εt is given by et = ( Ad + ) / do ( 23 ) where

dot is the lattice

**spacing**in the unstrained film , and Ad - is the difference betweenthe lattice

**spacing**in the strained and in the unstrained condition . It was found ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Epitaxial Interfaces | 3 |

Thin Films | 15 |

Semiinfinite Overgrowths | 52 |

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