Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 11 by I. (editor) Prigogine

By I. (editor) Prigogine

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The concentrations of the various aggregates, divacancies, tnvacancies, etc. can of course be written down, although these do not appear in our expression for c,. For example, if a divacancy is defined as a nearest-neighbour pair of vacancies neither of which has a second vacancy as nearest neighbour to it, then the concentration of such divacancies is +J2 multiplied by p(2)({l$e}l; 39 POINT-DEFECT INTERACTIONS I N SOLIDS B - b). The distribution function is defined in Section IV-4 and b now denotes the sites which are nearest neighbours to the two vacancies.

Examples of the notation are given in Fig. 7. For example, (3i51k5klk1kd)denotes a product of three q-bonds between i and j , one k-bond between j and k, and one k-bond plus one q-bond between k and i. The set of symbols describing the number and location of the bonds among a set of n vertices, in a diagram representing a product occurring in R(n), is called a patterns2 and may be represented by the symbol r(n). The sum of products R(n) can be 48 A. R . (+)) over all possible patterns R(T(n)) which are multiply connected.

Examples are shown in Fig. 4. In the semi- A 3 I I 4 (b) (0) Fig. 4. Examples of diagrams involving higher-order interactions : (a) P ) ( { l , 2, 3)) P ) ( { l , 2}), (b) F a ) ( { l , 2)) F(*)({2,3)) FP)({3,1)) ~(4y{1, 2, 3,4115. invariant expansion we now have additional diagrams involving the higher-order interactions. assification of diagrams can be used. Once more only multiply connected diagrams contribute and the summations can be carried out. Cluster functions are defined by the equation fg)= exp (pF(")({n})) -1 (67) Then the previous result (Eqs.

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