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H. R. BRONSTEIN and W. T. SMITH,]. Am. Chern. Soc. 77,1454 (1955). 6 interstitial atoms. In the case of Fig. 18, this stability is indicated by ilHl' When the coexisting phase is not N2 of, for instance, normal atmospheric pressure but a nitride of low stability, then ilH1 is much smaller and greater solubilities are found. Thus the solubility of nitrogen in a: iron in equilibrium with FesN or Fe4N is much greater than in equilibrium with N2 at normal atmospheric pressure. The effect of the stability of the coexisting phase also shows very clearly when comparing the solubilities of carbon, nitrogen and oxygen in iron.
This results in the ions arranging themselves in a regular lattice. It is now possible to transfer the picture of the symmetrically arranged rigid spheres, as discussed in preceding sections, to the ions but in this case it is no longer necessary that the spheres touch each other(3). In the alkali metals the ions are relatively far apart, though in many other metals they are closer together. Fig. 17 shows the positions of the ions in the electron gas in the most closely packed lattice planes for the metals sodium and copper(4).
Gases in Metals by J. D. Fast (auth.)