Dynamic Processes on Solid Surfaces

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When we see a jumbo jet at the airport, we sometimes wonder how such a huge, heavy plane can fly high in the sky. To the extent that we think in a static way, it is certainly not understandable. In such a manner, dynamics yields behavior quite different from statics. When we want to prepare an iron nitride, for example, one of the most orthodox ways is to put iron in a nitrogen atmosphere under pressures higher than the dissociation pressure of the iron nitride at temperatures sufficiently high to let the nitrogen penetrate ...

Dynamic Processes on Solid Surfaces 2013, Springer-Verlag New York Inc., New York

ISBN-13: 9781489916389

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Dynamic Processes on Solid Surfaces 1993, Springer

ISBN-13: 9780306442681

1993 edition

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