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Unformatted text preview: agnetization M to the magnetic by propertiest nsfer tionality FIGURE 2.4–1 electrolyte is limited. E le on ion of a crystal. diffraction A specific interaction of An H independent of the direction in which they areA process in which a thin layer example of an ionic measured. field strength of. epitaxialThe minimum fiber growth istance The distance critical fiber length at which materials. Diffraction appears as refle bond showing electron crystalline material is be effectively transfer a olute in a solid solutionlength-to-diameter ratio for load to grown on a substrate that acts asfrom Na to Cl and is governed by Bragg’s law reaches a planes to form the Na cation and seed crystal. the average of the surface transferred to the strong fibers in a discontinuous fiber Cl anion pair. A process by wh itial bulk concentration. equilibrium state The characteristics of the system diffusion bonding composite. bonded or joined together by atomic m remain constant indefinitely. Equilibrium occurs when the eformation that is recoverable Nucleus critical nucleusfree Nucleus of the size is at its minimum value. interface accomplished by solid-state energy of the system such that either . This means that the part will Na Cl growth or dissolution will decrease its free energy. conditions of high temperature and pr e when the load is removed. erosion corrosion A form of degradation common in critical resolved shear stress and RSS) The shear stress fluid diffusion coefficient The constant i r band is typically elastic. elbows of pipes ( C similar locations where the impinges upon the material at high velocities resolved in the slip plane in the slip direction at which or high relating mass flux per unit area to the ss beyond which there is angles of attack. Below the elastic limitplastic deformation occurs. all the gradient. It obeys an Arrhenius-type e Attractive force d when the load is removed. eutecticbonds formed between adjacent reaction The transformation, during cooling, such is strongly temperature-dependen crosslinks Primary of a liquid phase isothermally...
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2013 for the course PHYS 2202 taught by Professor Sowell during the Spring '10 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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