Atomic Interactions in Molecular, Covalent, Ionic and Metallic Crystals

  • San-Ichiro Mizushima
  • Isao Ichishima


The structure of solids is related to the structure of the component atoms. Different types of crystals may be classified as molecular, covalent, ionic and metallic crystals. The atomic interactions in some of them are fairly well understood, but we do not consider that a satisfactory general systematic treatment has so far been developed.


Alkali Metal Cohesive Energy Atomic Interaction Free Atom Lattice Frequency 
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© A. J. Downs, D. A. Long, L. A. K. Staveley 1971

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  • San-Ichiro Mizushima
  • Isao Ichishima

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