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Phys. 31, 2208 (1960). 1 Melting point and its pressure derivative for MgO. 1] A. Zerr and R. Boehler, Nature 371, 506 (1994). 2] C. Ronchi and M. Sheindlin, J. Appl. Phys. 90, 3325 (2001). Fig. 1 Theoretical phase diagram of MgO. B1=NaC1 (six coordinated) structure; B2=CsCl (eight coordinated) structure. [From A. Strachan, and W. A. Goddard III, Phys. Rev. 3]. 3] E. Gmelin, Z. Naturf. 24a, 1794 (1969). 4]. 4] See, D. G. Isaak, O. L. Anderson, and T. Goto, Phys. Chem. Miner. 16, 704 (1989). Fig.

Rev. B 52, 8788 (1995). 19] T. Kotani and H. Akai, Phys. Rev. B 54, 16502 (1996). 6 Direct–Indirect–Gap Transition Pressure No detailed data are available for MgO. 1 Theoretically obtained electron effective mass at the valley for MgO. -N. Xu and W. Y. Ching, Phys. Rev. B 43, 4461 (1991). 2 Electron Effective Mass: Satellite Valley No detailed data are available for MgO. 3 Hole Effective Mass Band mass, cyclotron mass, etc. 2]. -N. Xu and W. Y. Ching, Phys. Rev. B 43, 4461 (1991)]. 1 Intravalley Deformation Potential: Point No detailed data are available for MgO.

Plendl, and S. S. Mitra, Phys. Rev. 146, 526 (1966). 4 Phonon Deformation Potential No detailed data are available for MgO. 1 Piezoelectric Constant No detailed data are available for MgO. 2 Fröhlich Coupling Constant No detailed data are available for MgO. 1 Basic Properties Electronic energy-band structure Fig. 1 Electronic energy-band structure of MgO as calculated by the first-principles orthogonalized linear combination of atomic orbitals method. -N. Xu and W. Y. Ching, Phys. Rev. ] 14 Magnesium Oxide (MgO) Electronic density of states Fig.

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