Bond-lengths of the atomic nearest-neighbor and next-nearest-neighbor in A1-xBxC1-yDy III-V solid solutions Article

Liu, H, Guo, D, Lu, F et al. (2000). Bond-lengths of the atomic nearest-neighbor and next-nearest-neighbor in A1-xBxC1-yDy III-V solid solutions . 18(3-4), 339-344. 10.1016/s0927-0256(00)00115-4



cited authors

  • Liu, H; Guo, D; Lu, F; Wu, Z; Ding, Y; Lu, K

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abstract

  • On the basis of the FDUC model and the hypothesis of the constant covalent radii, the expressions of the atomic nearest-neighbor and the next-nearest-neighbor bond-lengths were derived for A1-xBxC1-yDy III-V quaternary solid solutions. This set of bond-length expressions predicts the averaged bond-lengths and bond angles at any concentration (x, y) for the III-V pseudobinary and quaternary solid solutions, which are only dependent on the lattice parameters and the concentrations of the pure end compounds. When x = 0, 1 or y = 0, 1, A1-xBxC1-yDy III-V quaternary solid solutions degenerate into the relative pseudobinary solid solutions, in which the nearest-neighbor and the next-nearest-neighbor bond-lengths agree well with the experimental results. Further discussion and comparison with other theoretical models are also given in this paper. © 2000 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.

publication date

  • January 1, 2000

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

start page

  • 339

end page

  • 344

volume

  • 18

issue

  • 3-4