## Electronic structure and properties |

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While this theory explicitly takes into account discrete lattice effects, it assumes

that the perturbation in the conduction-electron distribution due to the

sufficiently weak to be treated in a linear response formalism. The jellium-based ...

While this theory explicitly takes into account discrete lattice effects, it assumes

that the perturbation in the conduction-electron distribution due to the

**vacancy**issufficiently weak to be treated in a linear response formalism. The jellium-based ...

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Frank Y. Fradin. other words, Z*/Zc = S2/S20 (77) where Zv and fl0 are tne

valence and atomic volume in the unperturbed state, K the volume occupied by

the

Frank Y. Fradin. other words, Z*/Zc = S2/S20 (77) where Zv and fl0 are tne

valence and atomic volume in the unperturbed state, K the volume occupied by

the

**vacancy**after lattice relaxation, and Z* the charge contained in the relaxed**vacancy**.Page 415

occur above ~ 150 K, and detrapping of hydrogen does not take place below 450

K. As can be expected,

reduced positron-trapping probability as compared to hydrogen-free

occur above ~ 150 K, and detrapping of hydrogen does not take place below 450

K. As can be expected,

**vacancies**occupied by hydrogen show a stronglyreduced positron-trapping probability as compared to hydrogen-free

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### Contents

Illustrative Examples | 25 |

Photoelectron Spectroscopy as an Electronic | 99 |

ValenceElectron Studies XPS | 125 |

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