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

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Schwartz , 1958 ) . Otherwise they must be calculated as the difference O inc =

Obound - coh , where Obound -

using O ...

**Values**for inc in some explicit cases are given in BNL 325 ( Hughes andSchwartz , 1958 ) . Otherwise they must be calculated as the difference O inc =

Obound - coh , where Obound -

**values**can be determined from Ofree**values**using O ...

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Therefore , in Table I some

34 ) , are given for some representative materials , temperatures , and a

K

Therefore , in Table I some

**values**of exp ( -2W ) , obtained with Eqs . ( 33 ) and (34 ) , are given for some representative materials , temperatures , and a

**values**.K

**values**8 Å - 1 and 4 Å - 1 are used because they define approximately the k ...Page 361

The a

the purity of samples . For example , in an undoped YIG , the a

0.03 cm - 1 in the infrared region between 2250 and 8350 cm - 1 . With a 0.13 at .

The a

**values**are useful technical quantities and are also excellent monitors ofthe purity of samples . For example , in an undoped YIG , the a

**values**are about0.03 cm - 1 in the infrared region between 2250 and 8350 cm - 1 . With a 0.13 at .

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Epitaxial Interfaces | 3 |

Thin Films | 15 |

Semiinfinite Overgrowths | 37 |

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