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New Spectral and Atomistic Relations in Physics and Chemistry of Solids

  • Johannes N. Plendl
Part of the Optical Physics and Engineering book series (OPEG)

Abstract

Equations that describe relationships between diverse characteristics of solids and atomic parameters have always been of much interest for the physics and chemistry of solids. Their practical value depends on their range of validity with regard to such characteristics as crystalline structures, valences, bond strengths, and types of bonding. It is well known that relations of general validity are difficult to achieve, particularly when based on models. A substantial improvement can be expected, however, when we deduce them from experimental data of a great variety of solids.

Keywords

Bond Strength Bulk Modulus Lattice Vibration Atomic Parameter Dielectric Solid 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Johannes N. Plendl
    • 1
  1. 1.Office of Aerospace ResearchAir Force Cambridge Research LaboratoriesBedfordUSA

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