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Crystal Structure of the Compound Mn4Si7

  • O. G. Karpinskii
  • B. A. Evseev

Abstract

The higher silicide of manganese is one of the few compounds of silicon with transition metals which have semiconducting properties. However, the problem of the chemical composition, crystal structure, and nature of this compound are still open questions despite all the work on this substance [1–5].

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© Consultants Bureau, New York 1972

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  • O. G. Karpinskii
  • B. A. Evseev

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