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The Debye characteristic temperature of a binary alloy has been expressed in terms of ordering parameter, the Debye characteristic temperature of the constituent metals and the proportions of the metals. This has been done by considering the non-central force model with electron gas...
A new scheme is proposed to make the Hauptman-Karle Tables on structure seminvariants conform with international notation. An alternative derivation of the Tables for conventionally centred cells is presented.
The Debye temperature of powdered CsI has been measured at room temperature from continuous diffractometric recording of -filtered Cu K reflexions, using a dead-time correction formula Kouchkovsky, R. de (1974). Acta Cryst. A 30, 406-408 and taking into account the variation with Bragg angle of...
Domain formation in ordered alloys has been studied from the group-theoretical point of view. A method is derived to determine the number of orientation variants as well as the number of translation variants from the point groups and lattices of the ordered and disordered structures. The number...
Arbitrary combinations of bond lengths, bond angles and torsion angles can be used as generalized coordinates for describing molecular models. It is shown how these and the conventional Cartesian or fractional unit-cell coordinates can be interconverted. Algorithms are also given for the...
Corrections are given to Acta Cryst. (1973). A29, 663-672.
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