binary compound


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binary compound

A term for a compound composed of only two elements.
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where [[sigma].sub.A] and [[sigma].sub.B] are the elastic fractions of elements A and B in the binary compound from Eq.
The standard thermodynamic functions of atomization, formation, and formation from appropriate binary compounds ([Tl.sub.2]X and TlHal) of thallium chalcogen-halides are summarized in Table 5, for comparative analysis.
In bond-orbital model in binary compounds, if the imaginary (polar) component and real (covalent) compound are present, then the bond energy gap
As noted, CIS thin films have been deposited using various techniques such as elemental and binary compounds co-evaporation [5, 6], sputtering [7], pulsed laser deposition [8], and electrodeposition [3, 9-11].
Furthermore, it is not restricted to the formation of binary compounds; ternary and quaternary compound semiconductors have been formed.
A very large series of binary compounds, with one having up to 1168 atoms per unit cell, was scrutinized.