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At the upper end of the range. Over this range of 1042 in the bromine activity, the total stoichiometric variability is of the order ± 7 X 10- 8 • We next consider the effect of changing temperature (Fig. 5). g. the equilibrium pressure over the stoichiometric solid - to higher pressures. K~ (and therefore and K are highly temperature dependent, and since AE i ) I:!. E , the intrinSic carrier concentration increases more steeply than the intrinsic disorder. As a consequence, the central line-phase range of behaviour becomes narrower at higher temperatures and, because of the increase in the absolute deviation from ideal stoichiometry within that range becomes larger.
ANDERSON M«al rich Nonm~tal zD" o Fig. 2 z en o Fig. 3 ri ch 41 DEFECT CHEMISTRY At all other equilibrium pressures there is some deviation from ideal composition, revealed by changes in the carrier concentrations n, p, with a change-over from n-type to p-type properties at the stoichiometric point. From the geometry of the diagram it is evident that the wid th of this central range is given by (15) pX ~log 2 The extent to which the stoichiometry of the crystal actually varies over the central range is readily established.
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