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Microscopic Theory of Amontons s Laws for Static Friction. [Pg.121]

Microscopic theory yields an exact relation between the integral of the radial distribution function g(r) and the compressibility [Pg.647]

Microscopic theory of nucleation in metastable alloy states [Pg.111]

VI. MICROSCOPIC THEORY OF ELECTROPHORESIS AN EXAMPLE OF HYDRODYNAMICAL LONG-RANGE [Pg.253]

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Statistical mechanical and microscopic theories of the double layer have often been intensively reviewed. Our focus is only on features related to the problem of negative C. [Pg.74]

A spin-gas microscopic theory has been pursued by Berker et al. [32] to explain the multiplicity of smectic ordering and the re-entrance phenomenon in strongly polar mesogens. They have used a model Hamiltonian of the form [Pg.216]

MSN.94. I. Prigogine, The microscopic theory of irreversible processes, in Proceedings, 11th Symposium Parked Gas Dynamics, Vol. 1, CEA, Paris, 1979, pp. 1-27. [Pg.57]

In a mode coupling approach, a microscopic theory describing the polymer motion in entangled melts has recently been developed. While these theories describe well the different time regimes for segmental motion, unfortunately as a consequence of the necessary approximations a dynamic structure factor has not yet been derived [67,68]. [Pg.48]

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In this section, we shall first give a brief review of the phenomenological theory of these effects.5 -6 26 We shall then show how the methods we have discussed in the previous sections may be extended to derive a microscopic theory of the relaxation effect the microscopic theory of electrophoresis will be considered in the next section. [Pg.217]

Martensitic traasfonnation Master ec[uations Mean field crossover to Ising Mechanical properties Metallic alloys Metallic glasses Metastable alloys Microhardness test Microscopic theory of nucleation [Pg.512]

In Section III, we discuss the equilibrium properties of dilute strong electrolytes we first give a brief critical summary of the macroscopic approach and we consider next the microscopic theory, following the work of Balescu,1 and we try to make as clear as possible the approximations involved. [Pg.162]

From our present point of view, it will suffice to stress that Eqs. (443) and (444) have been obtained here through a microscopic analysis of the iV-body problem involving the fluid and the heavy B-particle. We are led to the conclusion that microscopic theory indeed allows us to show that [Pg.262]

In this chapter, we shall first make a brief review of the phenomenological aspect of Brownian motion and we shall then show how the general transport equation derived in Section II allows an exact microscopic theory to be developed. [Pg.203]

The concentrations of the reactants and reaction prodncts are determined in general by the solution of the transport diffusion-migration equations. If the ionic distribution is not disturbed by the electrochemical reaction, the problem simplifies and the concentrations can be found through equilibrium statistical mechanics. The main task of the microscopic theory of electrochemical reactions is the description of the mechanism of the elementary reaction act and calculation of the corresponding transition probabilities. [Pg.638]

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