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

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Fortunately for problems of the type

this. It is sufficient to know that a particular structure element differs in a particular

way from the situation described under a) and 6), and this is just what is ...

Fortunately for problems of the type

**discussed**here it is not necessary to knownthis. It is sufficient to know that a particular structure element differs in a particular

way from the situation described under a) and 6), and this is just what is ...

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One might expect to distinguish between ion pairs and true compounds formed

between atomic species in a solid if the heats of formation were available, but

these data are not always available. Dr. Vink has already

aspects of ...

One might expect to distinguish between ion pairs and true compounds formed

between atomic species in a solid if the heats of formation were available, but

these data are not always available. Dr. Vink has already

**discussed**someaspects of ...

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The binding energy of the pair Li+Zn= is much greater than for the pairs

results have been analysed quantitatively for this more complicated case,

involving the ...

The binding energy of the pair Li+Zn= is much greater than for the pairs

**discussed**earlier, because of the greater coulombic attraction of the Z-. Theresults have been analysed quantitatively for this more complicated case,

involving the ...

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