## Electronic structure and properties |

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Theoretical studies of the electronic structure of disordered alloys have been

largely confined to model Hamiltonians. These

information such as Fermi surface topology of alloys that are now being

measured.

Theoretical studies of the electronic structure of disordered alloys have been

largely confined to model Hamiltonians. These

**calculations**do not yield detailedinformation such as Fermi surface topology of alloys that are now being

measured.

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''(a) Semiempirical

nonor- thogonal basis set. parametrized tight-binding Hamiltonian. Different

variations on the fitted modified tight-binding scheme have been used by Peter et

al.

''(a) Semiempirical

**calculation**,(b) solved Eliashberg equation for Tc and (c) usednonor- thogonal basis set. parametrized tight-binding Hamiltonian. Different

variations on the fitted modified tight-binding scheme have been used by Peter et

al.

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Table III lists some rigid muffin-tin

which is substantially greater than unity for the transition TABLE III Rigid Muffin-

Tin ...

Table III lists some rigid muffin-tin

**calculations**of (I2}. Some of the earlier**calculations**were performed before it was realized that Nf/Nj is a critical quantitywhich is substantially greater than unity for the transition TABLE III Rigid Muffin-

Tin ...

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### Contents

Illustrative Examples | 25 |

Photoelectron Spectroscopy as an Electronic | 99 |

ValenceElectron Studies XPS | 125 |

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