atomic volume


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a·tom·ic vol·ume

the atomic weight of an element divided by its density in the solid state; the volume of the gram-atomic weight of a solid element.
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Then, the changes in atomic volumes were carefully recorded to observe the occurrence of phase transitions.
Figure 3 shows the temperature dependence of atomic volumes for a cell combined with 4000 atoms.
In the atomic volume, there wasn't variation observed, because this parameter depends only on the density of the substance.