Elements, Borides, Carbides, Hydrides by B. Eisenmann, H. Schäfer (auth.), K.-H. Hellwege, A. M.

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X, powder. w-type. X, powder. w-type. N, single crystal. 75Wasl*) Mg-type. X, single crystal. Zone melted. Cu-type. X, powder. Mg-type. X, single crystal. Zone melted. X, single crystal, structure refinement. 17. 10m6 K-r. 001: For lattice constant vs. temperature, see Fig. 40. 546. 750. 10m9 (T-298)* (Tin K). 9952 68Sinl*) 7lFinl*) 72Paw1 to 34 r) Lattice constant depending on various temperatures Tand pressuresp. Oi kbar, respectively. The values of a for NP were obtained by interpolation of the numbers given in [73Copl].

6214 See also Fig. 43 p=o... x 100 kbar ‘) See Figs. 44, 45 p=130**. P&/m Type Structure determination Preparation and further information Ref. (see P. 47) As-type. X, powder. 69Desl*) E, films. 79Akh2, 79Akh3 68Koll X, powder. A=4 160 kbar SnS-type (distorted). X, powder. 70Kabl X, powder. Sb compressed at 85 kbar. 72Dugl Mg-type. X, powder. X, single crystal, structure complete. Crystals grown by evaporation from a saturated solution of Se in CS2. Deep red polyhedra. 43 Land&BCmstein New Series 111/14a II u 4s L2 II d 2 Elements Eisenmann, Schafer 35 No.

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