The quantum theory of solid-state atomic bonding


Solid-state bonding refers to the bonding of solid material A and solid material B. Numerous experimental data have shown this possibility. Neither principle nor theory at the atomic level has been reported. How is solid-state bonding possible? Fundamentally, it is possible only if materials A and B can be brought within atomic distance. Over the years, we… (More)

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