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2~~~0 We may note that two distinct starting points are possible: either one studies the theory of 44 A. R . ^^ Both retain arbitrary elements. Another defect problem to which the ion-pair theory of electrolyte solutions has been applied is that of interactions to acceptor and donor impurities in solid solution in germanium and silicon. Reis~7~~74 pointed out certain difficulties in the Fuoss formulation. His kinetic approach to the problem gave results numerically very similar to that of the Fuoss theory.

114). (3) Summation over Chains The sum SR) may be written as the sum of contributions from 'i 54 A, R. ALLNATT the different prototype patterns and the patterns derived from them: thus (134) S'R' = 2 S(a,) where the sum is over all prototype patterns. S(am)is the sum of all contributions of the prototype pattern ,a and all patterns derived from it by replacing one or more q-bonds by a q-bond chain. The q-bond chains may be of every possible composition and length, and of every possible arrangement of vertices within a given chain.

ALLNATT the different prototype patterns and the patterns derived from them: thus (134) S'R' = 2 S(a,) where the sum is over all prototype patterns. S(am)is the sum of all contributions of the prototype pattern ,a and all patterns derived from it by replacing one or more q-bonds by a q-bond chain. 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)!

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