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The application of this model to liquid metal solvents containing

atoms showed that compatibility could only be obtained with unrealistically small

coordination numbers (1 or 2) for the atoms in solution. The bond model has ...

The application of this model to liquid metal solvents containing

**oxygen**or sulfuratoms showed that compatibility could only be obtained with unrealistically small

coordination numbers (1 or 2) for the atoms in solution. The bond model has ...

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In this case some of the F+ centers have only nonmagnetic 24Mg and 26Mg as

nearest neighbors; the next nearest neighbor

nonmagnetic since the only stable

...

In this case some of the F+ centers have only nonmagnetic 24Mg and 26Mg as

nearest neighbors; the next nearest neighbor

**oxygen**ions are almost alwaysnonmagnetic since the only stable

**oxygen**isotope that has a magnetic moment is...

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From this observation and the equation for Tm given in Section HI,B,3, a

displacement threshold energy of about 60 eV for the

computed. This is close to the 50 eV found for A12O3 samples (Compton and

Arnold, 1961), and ...

From this observation and the equation for Tm given in Section HI,B,3, a

displacement threshold energy of about 60 eV for the

**oxygen**ion can becomputed. This is close to the 50 eV found for A12O3 samples (Compton and

Arnold, 1961), and ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 2 |

Formal Relations for Solutions | 3 |

Phase Relations | 12 |

Copyright | |

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