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5 1 Fig. 19. Relative partial free energies of oxygen, AGQ 2, for P u 0 2_ x as a function of composition (log*). given in Fig. 20 is obtained. For this oxide system it is also evident that the nonstoichiometric phase range can be divided into subphases each with a characteristic defect being predominantly formed. 95, which also was observed in the rare earth oxide systems (Fig. 8) and which has been reported for the B k 0 2_ ; c system, BkO, 9, -BkO, 93_(see Turcotte and Chikalla, 1971)^ From the Δθ0ι values plotted in Fig.

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