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Solids 3, 303. Zupp, R. , and Stevenson, D. A. (1966). Trans. AIME 242, 862. Radiation Studies of Materials Using Color Centers W. A. SIBLEY Department of Physics Oklahoma State University Stillwater, Oklahoma and DEREK POOLEY Materials Physics Division Atomic Energy Research Establishment Harwell, Berkshire, United Kingdom I. Introduction II. The Physics of Color Centers A. Perfect Solids B. Defects and Their Classification C. Optical Properties of Color Centers D. Magnetic and Electric Properties of Color Centers E.
However, the first-order model is not capable of explaining either the older data nor the more recent data for both bcc and fee solutions of Chraska and McLellan (1971). It will be possible to give a much more realistic test of the models proposed for ternary solid solutions when enough data, spanning wide ranges of both solute concentration and temperature, has become available, so that the variation of H and S with solute concentration can be extracted from the data. It is always possible that theoretical expressions for /x , a , or y may be in good agreement with experimental data for these quantities, whereas the partial thermodynamic properties calculated from the model may either be unreasonable or not in accord with experimental values of E or S (if such data are available).
Treatise on Materials Science and Technology: Volume 5 by Herbert Herman