Defect Subsystem of Pb1–xAgxTe Solid Solutions

  • L.V. Turovska Ivano-Frankivsk National Medical University
Keywords: solid solution, point defects, crystalloquasichemical formalism, lead telluride


In the framework of crystalloquasichemical formalism, the mechanism of formation of Pb1–xAgxTe solid solutions has been considered. The dependences of Hall concentration and the concentration of point defects on composition of solid solution and the value of disproportionation of the charge state of impurity defects have been calculated.


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How to Cite
Turovska , L. (2019). Defect Subsystem of Pb1–xAgxTe Solid Solutions . Physics and Chemistry of Solid State, 20(2), 190-195.
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