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

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... area , Ea , and the surface energy per

nearest neighbor bond hypothesis it follows for a hcp surface that Ea = 30N ( 2 .

11 ) where N is the number of interfacial atoms per

MERWE.

... area , Ea , and the surface energy per

**unit**area , Es . 2E , = Eq ( 2 . 10 ) On anearest neighbor bond hypothesis it follows for a hcp surface that Ea = 30N ( 2 .

11 ) where N is the number of interfacial atoms per

**unit**10 J . H . VAN DERMERWE.

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31 ) y = 1 and N by the number of primitive

position vector in the

scattering cross section for a small ideal crystal with more than one atom per

cell ...

31 ) y = 1 and N by the number of primitive

**unit**cells in volume V . R , is theposition vector in the

**unit**cell of atom y with scattering length by . The incoherentscattering cross section for a small ideal crystal with more than one atom per

**unit**cell ...

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M , is the mass of atom y in the

Olya , l ' 8B X Unop is the force acting on atom y in

atom 8 in

M , is the mass of atom y in the

**unit**cell , R , its position vector . ... 76 ) maß whereOlya , l ' 8B X Unop is the force acting on atom y in

**unit**cell l in direction a , whenatom 8 in

**unit**cell l ' is displaced in direction ß by an amount Unåp . In an ideal ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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