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The zero‐point properties of the inert‐gas solids are used to determine the parameter values for a range of m :6 m : 6 Kihara core pair potential functions. Calculations are made with the inclusion of a long‐range non‐additivity term in the static lattice potential. It is found that when...
The molecules GeCu, GeCo, GeFe, and GeCr have been shown to exist in the vapor phase over liquid solutions of germanium and transition metal at temperatures above 1600°K. Using information derived from a combination of effusion and mass spectrometric techniques the equilibrium constants and...
The diffusion and solubility of hydrogen and deuterium in monocrystalline platinum have been studied by a permeation method. The diffusion coefficient of hydrogen is D = (6.0 ± 3.5) × 10 −3 exp( − 5.9 ± 1.0kcal/ R T )cm 2 sec −1 D = ( 6.0 ± 3.5 ) × 1 0 − 3 exp ( − 5.9 ± 1.0 kcal...
The electrical resistivity was determined for polycrystalline and single‐crystal BeO between 1200°–1700°C. Analysis was made of the effects of oxygen partial pressure, aliovalent impurities, and microstructure. Conductivity and relevant diffusion coefficients were calculated with these...
Expressions for the susceptibilities appropriate to third harmonic generation, second harmonic generation, and the induced Kerr effect are derived using time‐ordered time‐dependent pertubation theory. These expressions are used to calculate the susceptibilities for atomic hydrogen and helium....
A preliminary examination of the problem of the statistical theory of electronic energies from the view‐point of the 2 matrix is made. For the two‐particle, one‐dimensional harmonic oscillator, a good representation of the Fermi hole is found for the triplet state. The employment of a...
In order to confirm the existence of a first‐order melting transition for a classical many‐body system of hard spheres and to discover the densities of the coexisting phases, we have made a Monte Carlo determination of the pressure and absolute entropy of the hard‐sphere solid. We use these...
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