Chemical Bonds in Solids: Volume 3: X-Ray and Thermodynamic by D. Panke, E. Wölfel (auth.), Academician N. N. Sirota (eds.)

By D. Panke, E. Wölfel (auth.), Academician N. N. Sirota (eds.)

The current 4 volumes, released lower than the collective identify of "Chemical Bonds in Solids," are the interpretation of the 2 Russian books "Chemical Bonds in Crystals" and "Chemical Bonds in Semiconductors." those comprise the papers awarded on the convention on Chemical Bonds held in Minsk among may well 28 and June three, 1967, including a number of different papers (denoted through an asterisk) that have been particularly included. previous collections (also released by means of the Nauka i Tekhnika Press of the Belorussian Academy of Sciences) have been entitled "Chemical Bonds in Semiconductors and Solids" (1965) and "Chemical Bonds in Semiconductors and Thermody­ namics" (1966) and come in English versions from specialists Bureau, long island (pub­ lished in 1967 and 1968, respectively). the topic of chemical bonds in crystals, together with semiconductors, has lately develop into hugely topical and has attracted the curiosity of a large circle of physicists, chemists, and engineers. until eventually lately, the main winning description of the houses of solids (including semi­ conductors) has been supplied by means of the band idea, which nonetheless dominates the physics of solids. however, it truly is transparent that the main common strategy is that in line with the final idea of chemical bonds in crystals, within which information of the electron distributions among atoms and of the wave features seem rather expliCitly.

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Blokhin and A. T. Shuvaev, Izv. Akad. , 26:429 (1962). H. Holzapfel and J. Sieler, Z. Anorg. Allg. , 343:174 (1966); J. Sieler and H. Hennig, J. Prakt. , 34:168 (1966); J. Kaiser, Diploma Thesis, Leipzig (1966). G. , 50:152 (1963). D. Balz and K. Plieth, Z. , 59:545 (1955). DETERMINATION OF THE DEGREE OF IONICITY OF THE BONDS IN SOME COMPOUNDS OF PHOSPHORUS FROM THE SHIFT OF THE Ka 1,2 X-RAY LINES* E. P. Domashevskaya, Va. A. Ugai, and O. Va. Gukov The degree of ionicity of the bonds in some compounds of phosphorus with zinc and cadmium was determined from the relative shifts of the Ka1 z lines of phosphorus in the x-ray spectra of AlP, GaP, loP, ZnP z, ZnsP2> CdP2> CdsPz, and Pzos.

27. 38 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. L. I. KLESHCHINSKII, P. V. SHARA VSKII, AND A. I. INYUTKIN E. A. Volosovichute, A. I. Inyutkin, L. I. Kleshchinskii, and P. V. Sharavskii, in: Papers Presented at 24th Conf. at Leningrad Structural Engineering Institute, Physics Section [in Russian], Leningrad (1966), p. 12. V. I. Stafeev and p. N. Aronov, Kristallografiya, 4:85 (1959). D. T. Cromer and J. T. , 18:104 (1965). N. N. Sirota and E. M. Gololobov, Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR, 156:1075 (1961). D. H. Dickey and J. G. :213 (1964).

93 XU). The asymmetry index of this line was O! 13. The titanium compounds were excited by the secondary method, in which the maximum '" "Crystals," pp. 150-154 (see page 3). 21 22 A. MEISEL AND G. 6 kW (30 kVand 20 mA). An exposure of I h for the titanium and of 3-13 h for the compound was required to obtain the optical densities lying in the linear part of the characteristic of the photographic film. Three bands were recorded in succession in each film: the K cx1 ,2 doublet of the compound was recorded above and below the central position occupied by the doublet of the titanium metal.

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