General analysis of equations for the theory of the solubility of gases in crystals
We have carried out a general investigation of the equations for the solubility of a gas in a bcc crystal, taking into account the occupancy of octahedral and tetrahedral interstitial sites. We have established the qualitative behavior of the solubility as a function of temperature and pressure. We have shown that as a result of interaction between the dissolved gases, the appearance of jump type anomalies is possible in both the isobaric and the isothermal solubility.
KeywordsGeneral Analysis General Investigation Qualitative Behavior Interstitial Site Isothermal Solubility
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