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Equations (34)-(36) express the excess molar free energy of a ternary solution in

terms of the partial molar free energy of only one

Wagner (1962) has given an alternative treatment of the ternary Gibbs-Duhem ...

Equations (34)-(36) express the excess molar free energy of a ternary solution in

terms of the partial molar free energy of only one

**component**in the solution.Wagner (1962) has given an alternative treatment of the ternary Gibbs-Duhem ...

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The zero phonon would then split into two

depending on the direction and polarization of the measuring light. Similarly, a <

1 10> stress would separate the six orientations into three groups, one center ...

The zero phonon would then split into two

**components**, with relative strengthsdepending on the direction and polarization of the measuring light. Similarly, a <

1 10> stress would separate the six orientations into three groups, one center ...

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Only transitions for which AM, = 0 are allowed, so the main EPR transition is split

into six

centers have two 25Mg ions in the nearest neighbor shell of six. In suitable ...

Only transitions for which AM, = 0 are allowed, so the main EPR transition is split

into six

**components**of equal intensity for these F+ centers. A smaller number ofcenters have two 25Mg ions in the nearest neighbor shell of six. In suitable ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 2 |

Formal Relations for Solutions | 3 |

Phase Relations | 12 |

Copyright | |

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