The stability of mixed crystals between parabromochlorobenzene (pBCB) and parachloroiodobenzene (pCIB), in all proportions, from 293 K to melting point, is established. The alloys between both components differ slightly from linear behaviour, from a thermal and crystallographic point of view, according to variations in their composition. The greater isotropic nature of the crystalline expansion caused by the introduction of the bulkier component (pCIB) into that of less reticular volume (pBCB) is revealed, with respect to the alloys that only contain Br and Cl as benzene substituents. © 1988.
|Journal||Materials Research Bulletin|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 1988|