By I. (editor) Prigogine
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16)) if only the terms of lowest order in c, and c, are retained. + C. Further Remarks The rather brief examples above should suffice to illustrate that for dilute systems with short-range interactions expressions for concentrations of point defects or defect aggregates are readily obtained by retaining the first two or three virial coefficients in the relevant expansions. Compared with the quasi-chemical (mass action) formalism traditionally employed the method has the advantages of precision and compactness of statement and the relative ease with which many-defect systems and more distant interactions can be dealt with.
The q-bond chains may be of every possible composition and length, and of every possible arrangement of vertices within a given chain. I n the notation of the preceding sections, it follows that p + m M(a,) (m n) S(am) (m + n)! ( z n l B + =,& m ! rink! V x 2 R(am; d(n) k-1 d(n1),* * *> d(q)) (135) The summation over S(n) denotes the summation over all possible arrangements of vertices in each of the q-bond chains, the composition of the chains being n = n, n2 . . n,. /m! n, ! is the number of ways of choosing the sets m k-1 and nl, n2,.
4. POINT-DEFECT INTERACTIONS IN SOLIDS 31 where the activity coefficient defined here has the expansion By combining these expressions for defect chemical potentials and coefficients with the relations between the chemical potentials at equilibrium (for example Eqs. (74)) explicit expressions are obtained for the defect concentrations at equilibrium which are quite analogous to the quasi-chemical results (Section IV- A) apart from the presence of the activity coefficients. We consider examples of these equations in later sections.
Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 11 by I. (editor) Prigogine