Advances in Chemical Physics. Volume XI by I. (editor) Prigogine

By I. (editor) Prigogine

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L~ts~~), multiply connected (the definition is taken to include the graph of a single line between two nodes). Examples of the three types of graph arising in M 3 are shown in Fig. 2. It is readily shown c t (b) (0) (d) (C) Fig. 2. Some of the diagrams occurring in Ma. Articulation points are indicated by arrows. (a) and (b) are irreducible diagrams; (c) and (d) are linked reducible and unlinked respectively. that terms corresponding to (a) and (b) can be factored into the product of two or more independent summations.

For example, the equilibrium concentration of vacancies in a dilute solution of a single solute, s, is found from Eqs. (74a) and (75) to be c, = exp ( B F u ) [1 + Cu4l(exP [BF(a)({1w2v)l)l- 1) - c, + C84lkXP cBF'2'({1u38}1)l - 1) - c,l (104) neglecting all but nearest-neighbour terms and terms of order ca. A situation of frequent interest is when vacancy-vacancy and solute-solute interactions are small but there is a large solutecw (but not vacancy binding energy. If we assume also that c, so large that higher virial coefficients have to be considered) then > c, = exp ( P E ) [1 + c d l exp (P2)({L38}1)) -CA4l + 1)1 (105) 40 A.

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. (For Frenkel disorder in an ionic crystal however this yields nothing not already given by Eqs. (70373)). By taking the minimum in Eq. (69) subject to the restrictions specified and using Lagrange undetermined multipliers (see, for example, Ref.

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