Self-diffusion mechanism in solid sodium

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Abstract

The self-diffusion mechanism in sodium is investigated by means of NMR techniques in the temperature range 150-280 K. The temperature dependence of the measured correlation factor confirms the simultaneous migration of mono- and divacancies as the major cause for the curvature of the Arrhenius plot. © 1980.

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Brünger, G., Kanert, O., & Wolf, D. (1980). Self-diffusion mechanism in solid sodium. Solid State Communications, 33(5), 569–572. https://doi.org/10.1016/0038-1098(80)90862-5

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