# Comment on Proposed model for calculating the standard formation enthalpy of binary transition-metal systems

@inproceedings{Alonso2021CommentOP, title={Comment on Proposed model for calculating the standard formation enthalpy of binary transition-metal systems}, author={Oscar Core{\~n}o Alonso}, year={2021} }

Where P and Q are two empirical constants, φ is the chemical potential for electronic charge, and n is the electron density at the boundary of the Wigner-Seitz atomic cell. Zhang and Liu2 introduced a prefactor S(C) in equation (1) to consider the effect of the different atomic sizes of the atoms in the alloy. S(C) was defined as: S(c) = 1 − S (c) (2) where Sv(C), the influential factor, is the ratio between the difference of the surface area, and the average area of the dissimilar atoms2: