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ChemicalPotential Measurements and PhaseDiagram of a Pseudoternary Solid  Lixcuymo6s8
(1985)No abstract available. 
LatticeParameter Changes and Triclinic Distortions in Lixmo6se8 for 0 LessThanChiLessthan 4
(1985)No abstract available. 
PhaseDiagram of Lixmo6se8 for 0 Lessthan X Lessthan 1 from Insitu XRay Studies
(1985)No abstract available. 

4thOrder Gradient Contributions in Extended ThomasFermi Theory for Noninteracting Fermions at Finite Temperature
(1985)No abstract available. 
Coefficients to O (Epsilon3) for the Mixed FixedPoint of the NmComponent Field Model
(1985)No abstract available. 
Effect of finite mean free path on spinflip scattering rates near the critical point of magnetically ordered systems
(1985)The finite electron mean free path of conduction electrons is found to play an important role in determining spinflip scattering rates, 1/sf, near a magnetic critical point. Smallmomentumtransfer processes are suppressed ... 

Surfaceinduced quantum density oscillations in the presence of an external magnetic field
(198503/15)The electron number density and spin density near the surface of a model metal, semimetal, or semiconductor are calculated in the presence of a uniform magnetic field. The magnetic field is applied in a direction perpendicular ... 
Coefficients to O(3) for the mixed fixed point of the nmcomponent field model
(198510/01)The nmcomponent field model has a number of application in the description of critical phenomena. The coefficients in the expansion for the stability matrix eigenvalues and correlation function exponent n for the mixed ... 
Fourthorder gradient contributions in extended ThomasFermi theory for noninteracting fermions at finite temperature
(198512/15)Nonlocal corrections to the free energy of a system of noninteracting fermions are considered within the framework of extended ThomasFermi theory. The density and temperature dependence of gradient corrections is given ... 
Convergence properties as a function of spatial dimensionality of gradient expansions for the groundstate energy of an inhomogeneous electron gas
(198602/15)The extended ThomasFermi approximation for the groundstate energy of a manyfermion system is generalized to arbitrary spatial dimension. The authors' objective is a better understanding of convergence properties of such ... 
Local Environment of Li Intercalated in Mo6sezs8Z as Probed using Electrochemical Methods
(198605)No abstract available. 
Exchange and correlation energy in a nonuniform fermion fluid
(198607/15)Recent results for the surface energy of jelliumlike surfaces are investigated within the functionaldensity formalism. These results along with firstprinciples considerations support the contention that the first gradient ... 
Nonlocal exchange energy of manyfermion systems of arbitrary dimensionality and interparticle interaction
(198611/15)The exchange contributions to the groundstate energy of an inhomogeneous manyfermion system of arbitrary dimensionality are calculated. Explicit results are given for both the localdensity approximation and the lowestorder ... 
Dipoledipole interactions and the critical resistivity of gadolinium
(198706/01)Results are presented for the electrical resistivity of a caxis single crystal of highpurity gadolinium metal in the immediate vicinity of the Curie temperature. Numerical analysis reveals that the data are not well ... 
Adsorbate densities and surface potentials of physisorbed systems: A densityfunctional approach
(198706/15)A densityfunctional approach for the calculation of the density of particles adsorbed on the surface of a solid is explored including the adparticle twobody interaction. The coverages and effective surface potentials so ... 
Lattice sums for dipolar systems
(198712/01)A general method for the evaluation of lattice sums determining the effective parameters in the Hamiltonian of a dipolar magnetic system is described. The anisotropy of the Hamiltonian is examined for crystal structures ... 
Diamagnetic susceptibility of a dense electron gas
(198802/15)The authors calculate the diamagnetic susceptibility of a uniform interacting electron gas in the randomphase approximation. From this the exact highdensity expansion of the diamagnetic susceptibility is obtained 