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16. are 1.4, 2.7, 3.66, 6.3, 6.3, and 9.5 for , , , , , and cations, respectively. These values are in close agreement with values previously computed for these elements. Oxygen vary depending on the direction and cation neighbors, with net dynamic charge . Using our pseudopotential we obtain values of for for , and for in good agreement with experimental results.
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31.We actually find the phase to be preferred at 12.5% AN content (see Fig. 1) but the heuristic rule that a monoclinic phase is associated with a small suggests that a MPB and a phase are present between 0 and 12.5% AN concentration.
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