Each atom con bonding diffusion a process by which

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Unformatted text preview: of electron length-to-diameter ratio for load band effectively energy levels that and planes is two Cl atoms are brought together, they can each acquire a full complement of eight is governed by Bragg’s law. from a melt of Si. (usually) if they share filled pair located closer to the transferred to valence shellcompletely a single and offiber electrons in their the strong fibers in a discontinuousis electrons. Each atom con- bonding diffusion A process by which two p tributes one electron to the shared pair. As shown in Figure or conduction electrons composite. deep drawing A at nucleus than either the valence 2.4–3, the sharedbonded or joined together by atomic mixingpro bands. are spatially localized in the region between the Cl atoms. Although a complete descripof metal is shaped into critical nucleus Nucleus of the size such that either core electrons interface tion of the force holding the Cl2 molecule Those electrons that are contained accomplished by solid-state diffusion u together requires a quantum mechanics explagrowth can be envisioned as a coulombic free energy. the positively charged of high temperature and pressure. conditions nation, it or dissolution will decrease itsattraction of an atom. degree of polymerizati within the filled inner shells between nuclei andresolved shear stress ( Celectron pair localized between the twodiffusion coefficient Cl atoms. critical the negatively charged shared RSS)in the solute stress The shear distribution of a single to The constant in the the form a polymer; equ coring repulsive force develops As with the ionic plane Variation resolved in the slipbond, a in the slip direction atwhen the core electrons, themass flux perdivided by the molecula which relating unit area to the concentr electrons in the filled shells “below” the valence shell, solidification. Although the phase due to nonequilibrium begin to overlap. Coring occurs plastic deformation for the attractive force is slightly different from that...
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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 Tech.

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