volume 108, issue 1, P37-44 1981
DOI: 10.1002/pssb.2221080105
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Abstract: I n the present part of the paper the kinetic equations, derived in its first part and taking into account the spatial correlations of both, the similar and dissimilar defects, are applied to both the theory of diffusion-controlled defect annihilation, A + B -0, and energy transfer, A + B --A . It is shown that only taking into account the correlation of the similar defects, one can describe the transition from bimolecular to monomolecular kinetics if the correlation within initially created Frenkel pairs var…

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