Forbidden Band Width and Magnetic Susceptibility of Boron Phosphide

  • N. N. Sirota
  • I. V. Bodnar
  • Ts. Z. Vitkina


The forbidden band width ΔE of boron phosphide was deduced from the diffuse reflection spectra. At room temperature the value of ΔE of BP was 2.4 eV. The temperature, dependence of the magnetic susceptibility of boron phosphide was also determined.


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  • N. N. Sirota
  • I. V. Bodnar
  • Ts. Z. Vitkina

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