## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 4 |

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Similarly , the reciprocal

Similarly , the reciprocal

**lattice**points ( relps ) are given by r * ( hkl ) ha * + kb * + lc * , where the a * , b * , and c * vectors constitute the reciprocal**lattice**basis and h , k , and I are integers . The reciprocal**lattice**...Page 7

Thus a HEED pattern closely represents a plane of the reciprocal

Thus a HEED pattern closely represents a plane of the reciprocal

**lattice**in the region near the transmitted beam . The value of JE , n , 0 ) corresponding to any point P ( Fig . 2 ) having coordinates 5 , n , and lying on the Ewald ...Page 67

The jump rate depends upon the sequence of atomic events which ultimately leads to atomic displacement from one to an adjacent

The jump rate depends upon the sequence of atomic events which ultimately leads to atomic displacement from one to an adjacent

**lattice**site . Such a sequence of events could occur by a number of mechanisms .### What people are saying - Write a review

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RICHARD W VOOK | 2 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

Polycrystalline Films | 37 |

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