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598 “C). * [37Kle] (a= 5,479 ). entsteht such bei 25 “C unter einem Druck von 40 kbar [63Hal]. 33 ‘) Diese Modifikation 99,998 Gew. XV); \Tr. Formel Substanz [Formelgewicht g/Mel] 34 Yb’) Raumgruppe P6,/mmc a, b, c CA1 A eexp Cexl G 8. Y T= 268 “C g/cm3 2 a=3,911 $1 Tk [6,7751 TYP Strukturbestimmung und weitere Angaben Literatur Mg 61Spe Mg Pulver, Einkristalle l&76; 54Bro; 17,294; 53Anc* Pulver (aus /I-Yb entstanden) c = 6,403 35 Zn P6,/mmc Zink WY1 36 u-Zr P6,/mmc Zirkonium T= 25 “C a = 2,6647 ‘) c = 4,9469 2 7,14 c7,1301 419,5 T= 29 “C 2 6,50 C6,5651 [<865] Mg Pulver, Einkristalle 24,202; 6OLic; 17,296; 53Tre; 2 LWO71 1850 [>865] 17,297; 53Ski 3 P9-W W Pulver o&r, Ti) (o-Phase)*) Pulver a=3,2321’) C%24 17,184; 53Rus* c= 5,1477 37 /I-Zr Im3m T= 979 “C a=3,616l) 38 Zr’) P5ml a = 5,036 c=3,109 63Jam3; 64Tit ZU 34 ‘) Vermutlich durch 0- oder N-Gehalte stabilisiert; wandelt sich unterhalb 260 “C in a-Yb urn.

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