The Atomic Displacements Effect in the Pseudopotential Theory of Short-Range Order



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A. Mehrabov, “The Atomic Displacements Effect in the Pseudopotential Theory of Short-Range Order,” presented at the V-th All-Soviet Union Conferences on “ Atomic Ordering and their Influence on the Alloy Properties”, Tomsk, Rusya, 1976, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: