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

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One solid phase; interaction between

crystal. After these introductory sections some physicochemical aspects in

semiconductors or isolators will be treated somewhat more closely. We will start

with ...

One solid phase; interaction between

**imperfections**, no interaction with the basecrystal. After these introductory sections some physicochemical aspects in

semiconductors or isolators will be treated somewhat more closely. We will start

with ...

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One solid phase; interaction between

simple cases treated so far did not include interactions of

base crystal. However very often these interactions actually take place.

One solid phase; interaction between

**imperfections**and the base crystal. Thesimple cases treated so far did not include interactions of

**imperfections**with thebase crystal. However very often these interactions actually take place.

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Part of these VM centres form associates with F^, part of them are free. Over the

10 - Rcndiconci S.I.F. - XXII. greater part of range II the following two relations

hold INTERACTION OF

Part of these VM centres form associates with F^, part of them are free. Over the

10 - Rcndiconci S.I.F. - XXII. greater part of range II the following two relations

hold INTERACTION OF

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