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Journal of Structural Chemistry

, Volume 33, Issue 2, pp 207–213 | Cite as

Two types of shape resonances in the compounds AIBiS2 (AI=Li, Na)

  • A. A. Lavrent'ev
  • Yu. F. Migal'
  • I. Ya. Nikiforov
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Conclusions

The results obtained by means of the model, in which the atoms are simulated by potential wells and only the absorbing atom and the first coordination sphere are included, are in semiquantitative agreement with experiment. In the compounds LiBiS2 and NaBiS2, together with the resonances that change into a discrete spectrum with increase in the potential, there are states that do not change into a discrete spectrum. Both types of states depend on the geometric and atomic structure of the compounds.

Keywords

Physical Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Coordination Sphere Atomic Structure Discrete Spectrum 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. A. Lavrent'ev
  • Yu. F. Migal'
  • I. Ya. Nikiforov

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