## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 22N. Zanichelli, 1963 - Nuclear physics |

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It was

was obtained. The additional terms which have been brought in are also

important for crystals which are not ionic. Referring to be above equations, we

see that ...

It was

**assumed**that Z1 = — Z2=\e\. Fairly satisfactory agreement with experimentwas obtained. The additional terms which have been brought in are also

important for crystals which are not ionic. Referring to be above equations, we

see that ...

Page 139

It is again

the vapour phase in such a way that their thermodynamic potential is determined

by the partial pressures of the constituents M and X. The foreign atom F however

...

It is again

**assumed**that the constituents M and X of the solid phase interact withthe vapour phase in such a way that their thermodynamic potential is determined

by the partial pressures of the constituents M and X. The foreign atom F however

...

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It was

pairs were formed. It was

was achieved, and this appeared to be justified by quenching experiments.

It was

**assumed**that the Si was distributed randomly within each sublattice, i.e. nopairs were formed. It was

**assumed**that equilibrium between the two kinds of siteswas achieved, and this appeared to be justified by quenching experiments.

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