Chemical Bonds and Properties of the Higher Silicide of Manganese

  • Ya. A. Ugai
  • V. Z. Anokhin
  • E. M. Averbakh


Studies of alloys of transition metals with silicon, particularly silicides containing the maximum amount of silicon, have been intensified since these materials are important in a number of metallurgical processes and also because of a number of recently discovered special applications for materials of this type. In addition to this, such studies are of a definite theoretical interest. It is known that there are, among the silicides, compounds with metallic and with semiconducting properties. The latter properties are technologically more important, although up till now the nature of their semiconductivity has not been thoroughly studied.


Thermoelectric Power Interstitial Position Rational Formula Shear Line Defect Phase 
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  • Ya. A. Ugai
  • V. Z. Anokhin
  • E. M. Averbakh

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