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

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The controlled formation of V" (or Vx) centres has been found from conductivity

Ce2S2 [75]. Controlled formation of M* has been found from conductivity ...

The controlled formation of V" (or Vx) centres has been found from conductivity

**measurements**in systems like ThO2— Y2O2 [73], CeO2— La2O2 [74] and SrS—Ce2S2 [75]. Controlled formation of M* has been found from conductivity ...

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Thus t can be calculated from the known values of N°Li. and D. The experimental

reaction t (9) log (ffo, — a,) = const + - , T where am and a, are the conductivities

at ...

Thus t can be calculated from the known values of N°Li. and D. The experimental

**measurements**of conductivity also yield a value of t, since for the first orderreaction t (9) log (ffo, — a,) = const + - , T where am and a, are the conductivities

at ...

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This is because it does not seem likely that information concerning the band

structure can be gained from

This is because it does not seem likely that information concerning the band

structure can be gained from

**measurements**of the paramagnetism. Susceptibility**measurements**occupy an intermediate position between spectroscopic and ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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