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 below the collective name 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 offered on the convention on Chemical Bonds held in Minsk among may perhaps 28 and June three, 1967, including a number of different papers (denoted through an asterisk) which were especially integrated. previous collections (also released by way 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 variations from specialists Bureau, manhattan (pub­ lished in 1967 and 1968, respectively). the topic of chemical bonds in crystals, together with semiconductors, has lately turn 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 homes of solids (including semi­ conductors) has been supplied by way of the band conception, which nonetheless dominates the physics of solids. however, it truly is transparent that the main common method is that according to the overall conception of chemical bonds in crystals, during which information of the electron distributions among atoms and of the wave features seem fairly expliCitly.

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Khim. 1, p. 17 (1948). G. V. Samsonov and L. L. Vereikina, Phosphides [in Russian], Kiev (1961). M. V. Vol'kenshtein, Structure and Physical Properties of Molecules [in Russian], Izd. AN SSSR, Moscow (1955). H. J. Year ian, Phys. , 48:631 (1935). I. J. Hegyi, E. E. Loebner, E. W. , and J. G. White, J. Phys. Chem. Solids, 24: 333 (1963). W. Zdanowicz and A. Wojakowski, Phys. Status Solidi, 10:K93 (1965). DERIVATION OF THE ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF ALUMINUM ATOMS IN A1 2 0 a FROM X-RAY SPECTROSCOPIC DATA* S.

Zdanowicz and A. Wojakowski, Phys. Status Solidi, 10:K93 (1965). DERIVATION OF THE ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF ALUMINUM ATOMS IN A1 2 0 a FROM X-RAY SPECTROSCOPIC DATA* S. M. Karal'nik and E. P. Domashevskaya An allowance for the change in the external screening of the inner-shell electrons of aluminum atoms and a numerical estimate of this change made it possible to explain the observed chemical shift of the x-ray K lines and of the absorption edge of aluminum resulting from the oxidation of this metal.

Vereikina, Phosphides [in Russian], Kiev (1961). M. V. Vol'kenshtein, Structure and Physical Properties of Molecules [in Russian], Izd. AN SSSR, Moscow (1955). H. J. Year ian, Phys. , 48:631 (1935). I. J. Hegyi, E. E. Loebner, E. W. , and J. G. White, J. Phys. Chem. Solids, 24: 333 (1963). W. Zdanowicz and A. Wojakowski, Phys. Status Solidi, 10:K93 (1965). DERIVATION OF THE ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF ALUMINUM ATOMS IN A1 2 0 a FROM X-RAY SPECTROSCOPIC DATA* S. M. Karal'nik and E. P. Domashevskaya An allowance for the change in the external screening of the inner-shell electrons of aluminum atoms and a numerical estimate of this change made it possible to explain the observed chemical shift of the x-ray K lines and of the absorption edge of aluminum resulting from the oxidation of this metal.

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