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Behavior of the Ab2 Type Compounds at High Pressures and High

By Merrill, Leo

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Title: Behavior of the Ab2 Type Compounds at High Pressures and High  
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Description: This document contains information regarding the review of the behavior of the AB,-type compounds sized.

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Contents rage 1 . Introduction ......................................................... 1007 2 . Antimonides [RSb2(R = Pr.Gd.Tb.Dy.Ho. Er.Lu. Y)] ............................................................ 1032 3 . Arsenides .............................................................. 1033 3.1. CdAs, .........................................................1 033 3.2. Mn, As ......................................................... 1034 3.3. NiAs, .......................................................... 1034 3.4. SiAs, ........................................................ 1034 3.5. ZnAs, .........................................................1. 034 4 . Borides. ..............................................................1..0. 35 4.1. SmB, .......................................................... 1035 5 . Carbides [RC, (R = Tb.Dt.Ho.Er.Tm.Yb. Lu. Y)] .................................................................. 1035 6. Gcmanidcs .........................................................1. 035 6.1. BaGe, .........................................................1. 035 7. Halides ...............................................................1..0.3 5 7.1. BaF, ............................................................ 1035 7.2. BeF, ...........................................................1 036 7.3. CaF, ............................................................ 1036 7.4. CoF, ........................................................ 1036 7.5. EuF, .........................................................1..0. 36 7.6. MnF, . .......................................................1..0 36 7.7. NiF, ............................................................ 1037 7.8. PbF, .. .......................................................1..0.3 7 7.9. SrF, ........................................................... 1037 7.10. ZnF, .......................................................... 1037 7.1 1 . FeCI, ........................................................... 1037 7.12. HgCl, .......................................................... 1037 7.13. SKI, ......................................................... 1038 'Present address: Christensen. Inc., Diamond Technology Center. 2532 South 3270 W-1. Salt Lilhc Cily. ULlll~8 4119 . @ 1982 by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the United States . This copyright is assigned to the American Institute of Physics and the American Chemical Society . Reprints available from ACS; see Reprint List at back of issue . vagz 7.14. SrC1,.6H20 ................................................. 1038 7.15. HgBr, .......................................................... 1038 7.16. ZnBr, ........................................................... 1039 7.17. GeI, ...........................................................1. 039 7.18. HgI, ............................................................ 1039 8. Oxides ................................................................... 1040 8.1. Ag20. ..........................................................1 040 8.2. CrO, ....................... .................................1. 040 8.3. Hz0 . ................................................ ........... 1040 8.4. D20.. ......................................................... 1041 8.5. GeO, ........................................................... 1041 8.6. HfD2. ........................................................... 1042 8.7. MnO, .......................................................... 1042 8.8. PbO, ........................................................... 1042 8.9. PtO, .. .......................................................... 1043 8.10. Rho, ........................................................... 1043 8.11. SiO, .............................................................1 043 8.12. SnO, ............................................................ 1045 8.13. TeO, ........................................................... 1045 8.14. TiO, .........................................................1..0. 46 8.15. ZrO, ............................................................1 047 8.16. Zn(OH), ...................................................... 1047 9 . Phosphides .......................................................... 1048 9.1. Cop, .. .......................................................... 1048 9.2. GeP, ............................................................ 1048 9.3. NbP,., ......................................................... 1048 9.4. Sip, ............................................................. 1048 9.5. W,.,....,... ................................................ 1048 9.6. ZnP, ............................................................ 1048 10. Silicides ................................................................. 1048 10.1. BaSi ,.. ....................................................... 1048 10.2. CaSi, ......................................................... 1048 10.3. EuSi, ......................................................... 1049 10.4. SrSi, .......................................................... 1049 11. Sulfides ................................................................. 1049 0047-2M19/82/04100560/S08800 1005 J . Phys . Chem . Ret . Data. Vol . 11. No . 4. 1982

 

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