By I. (editor) Prigogine

ISBN-10: 0470143576

ISBN-13: 9780470143575

ISBN-10: 0470699167

ISBN-13: 9780470699164

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15) has been used in writing the summations. Differentiation yields a further relation between the d N s . Another restriction arises from the condition of electrical neutrality for the crystal, 0 = C e‘,,dN‘,, + 2 e7,,dNLt 8 w S=l t=l (73) e;8 is the charge on species is on sublattice number- I. (This is a real not an “effective” charge. ) Finally, there may be further conditions involved in the statement of the type of disorder present and not already implicit in Eqs. (70)-(73) above. For example, for Frenkel disorder in a one-component system of neutral atoms one must specify that the number of interstitials is equal to the number of vacancies.

A. K. ALLNATT 30 (c) For antistructure disorder in a compound AB 1- &A t P& (74c) (d) The results for the various hybrid types of disorder follow similarly. Of particular interest is the case of both Schottky and cationic Frenkel disorder occurring in a uni-univalent salt, MX, which may contain a substitutional impurity IX,. The result is PfB =PtB Pz+ = -Pz- + PIY- Pzi (744 and - refer to cation and anion vacancies = where the subscripts respectively. The general expressions for the defect chemical potentials are found from Eqs.

4. Examples of diagrams involving higher-order interactions : (a) P ) ( { l , 2, 3)) P ) ( { l , 2}), (b) F a ) ( { l , 2)) F(*)({2,3)) FP)({3,1)) ~(4y{1, 2, 3,4115. invariant expansion we now have additional diagrams involving the higher-order interactions. assification of diagrams can be used. Once more only multiply connected diagrams contribute and the summations can be carried out. Cluster functions are defined by the equation fg)= exp (pF(")({n})) -1 (67) Then the previous result (Eqs. (64)-(65)) is unchanged except that the summand in Bkis now the sum of all multiply connected diagrams on k nodes formed from the cluster functions f ( 2 ) , f t 8 ) , .

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