Response to “Comment on ‘Proposed model for calculating the standard formation enthalpy of binary transition-metal systems’ ” [Appl. Phys. Lett. 86, 216103 (2005)]

Zhang, R. F.; Liu, B. X.
May 2005
Applied Physics Letters;5/23/2005, Vol. 86 Issue 21, p216104
Academic Journal
The article comments on proposed model for calculating the standard formation enthalpy of binary transition-metal systems. It can easily be found that only a prefactor is added in the proposed model, and the proposed models are unsymmetric with respect to the species of atoms A and B for the binary A-B system, because the property of the A-rich side is always different from the properties of the B-rich side. Consequently, the unsymmetric property is intrinsic to the system and determined by the properties of constituent metals.


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