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System Science Philosophy is a knowledge system constructed of universal principle and law sequences. Alloy gene is a characteristic atom existing in the center of coordination cluster and occupying the lattice point of a lattice cell, and carries holographic information about valence electron structure, physical and thermodynamic properties obtained by alloy gene theory. Alloy gene potential energy curve function has developed traditional atom pair interaction potential functions into many atoms’ interaction function associated with valence electron structure, bond length, bond energy, which makes alloy gene Gibbs energy function can be established. Alloy gene Gibbs energy transmissive function has developed traditional partition function. Its equilibrium and sub-equilibrium transmissive modes produce alloy holographic network positioning bank, which is operable platform to achieve transformation from “trial and error” method to the “whole obtained from a few part” law for getting advanced alloys. It has become possible to launch alloy gene sequence project.

Materials are always one of the levers to propel the human society forward. There are 81 metal elements accounting for 79% in the Element Periodic Table, of which the 3240 kinds of binary alloy systems, 85,320 kinds of ternary alloy systems, and so on, can be composed. In these alloy systems there are a large number of potential advanced alloys to be discovered. Early in the 1937, Slater said that “the advance of physical metallurgy in the next few years is likely to be almost as dependent on the electron theory of metals as the advances of the last generation were dependent on thermodynamics” [^{st} century. This paper includes common description of theories chain in Text, explanation of methods chain and equations chain in Supplementary Information (1) and (2), respectively.

Creative SSP principles will evolve real systematic science theories! It can be explained by the SMM science and taking fcc-based lattice Au-Cu system with Au_{3}Cu-, AuCu- and AuCu_{3}-type ordered and disordered phases as an example, which has been considered to be a classical paragon studied nearly by almost alloy theories for one century.

According to the SSP-systematic globality principle, i.e., “The globality of a complex system is attributed to the multilevel of structures and properties and to the opening loop correlativity of structures, properties and environment.” The SMM science has been established (

The EAP and SAP theories are connected, respectively, with AG theory through the equilibrium Minimal Gibbs Energy Path (MGEP) and subequilibrium AG-Tracking Path (AG-TP) modes, based on AG-Gibbs Energy Transmissive (AG-GET) function, and associated with the EAS and SAS theories by Equilibrium Lever Numerical (ELN) and Subequilibrium Crosspoint Numerical

(SCN) methods of isothermal Gibbs Energy (GE) curves, respectively. The SMM science is an integrated theory, in which the valence electron arranging structures and holographic properties in micro-AG theory, AG arranging structures and holographic properties in submicro-AP theory, AP arranging structures and holographic properties in macro-AS theory and environments have been linked up.

The key step for establishing SMM science is to seek the AG sequences. According to the SSP-systematic genes (SG) universality principle, i.e., “Any system with appearing diversity of structures and properties possesses oneself of SG sequences.” We have discovered that, in the alloy system with gathering many atoms of some component elements, “a single AG is a characteristic atom existed in the center of the coordination cluster and occupied on the lattice point of a lattice cell.” In the fcc-based lattice Au-Cu system, the AG-sequences are the central A i A u - and A i C u -sequences respectively in the basic coordination clusters B i A u - and B i C u -sequences (Supplementary Information (1)), that are attributed to split of constituent atom states, under influence of coordinative configurations. The B i A u = A i A u ⋅ [ ( I − i ) A u + i C u ] and B i C u = A i C u ⋅ [ ( I − i ) A u + i C u ] coordinative clusters consist of the central A i A u and A i C u characteristic atoms respectively, and the nearest coordinative configuration [ ( I − i ) A u + i C u ] . Here, I is the coordinative number and equal to 12; i is the number of Cu-atoms and can change from 0 to 12; ( I − i ) is the number of Au-atoms. The diversity of alloy phase structures is attributed to combination and arrangement of alloy genes in the AG sequences. The diversity of alloy phase properties is attributed to AG properties and their transmissive modes.

AG theory includes AG separated theory and AG Characteristic Crystal (AGC) theory consisting of AGC-valence bond theory and AGC-thermodynamics. According to separable ε i and v i functions in the AG separated theory, the ε i A u , ε i C u , v i A u and v i C u sequences of the Au-Cu system have been separated from experimental enthalpies and volumes of few alloys by WOP law (Supplementary Information (1) 1.1).

In order to determine AG holographic information about AG valence electron structures, physical and thermodynamic properties, and according to SSP combining rule of imaginal thinking and mathematic thinking, we have proposed the AGC concept C ( T ) , established AGC mixed model C ( x , T , σ ) and additive law Q ( x , T , σ ) of AGC extensive properties ( q i A , q i B ) of alloy phases as functions of composition x, temperature T and order degree σ :

C ( x , T , σ ) = ∑ i = 0 I x i A ( x , T , σ ) C i A ( T ) + ∑ i = 0 I x i B ( x , T , σ ) C i B ( T ) (1)

Q ( x , T , σ ) = ∑ i = 0 I x i A ( x , T , σ ) q i A ( T ) + ∑ i = 0 I x i B ( x , T , σ ) q i B ( T ) (2)

where, x i denotes AGC concentration. Their magical effects are reflected in the following areas:

1) The AGC is a fictitious concept, which consists of the same alloy genes. Therefore, there are C i A u and C i C u sequences consisted with A i A u and A i C u sequences in the fcc-based lattice Au-Cu system [

2) The AGC mixed model may be imagined to be that when primary C 0 A u and C 12 C u characteristic crystals form an alloy, they are split into the C i A u and C i C u sequences at first, then to be mixed into the alloy [

3) The AGC holographic information may be obtained by AGC theory. Each AG holographic information may be represented by corresponding AGC holographic information (Supplementary Information (1) 1.2-1.4).

The diversity of AG valence electron structures ( ψ i ) is attributed to combination and arrangement of quantum valence electrons, that may be described by hybridization of some basic atom states in the basic atom state sequences (Supplementary Information (1) 1.2). In the AGC valence bound theory of the AGC theory, the AGC lattice constant equation a i ( ψ , r ) and AGC potential energy equation E i ( ψ , r , ε ) as functions of valence electron structure ψ , bond length r and bond energy ε may be respectively used to translate the AG v i sequences into AGC a i ( ψ , r ) sequences, and the AG ε i sequences into AGC E i ( ψ , r , ε ) sequences. The AGC ψ i sequences may be calculated, through the crosspoint method of the equilattice constant a i ( ψ , r ) -line and equipotential energy E i ( ψ , r , ε ) -line (Supplementary Information (1) 1.4) the essence of crystal symmetry and properties of AGC sequences may be explained by AGC ψ i sequences [

In the AGC thermodynamics, AG Gibbs energy is the holographic energy state with multi-level thermodynamic properties. It may be divided into two parts [

G i ( ψ , r , ε , T f , M f , E f , F f ) = E i ( ψ , r , ε ) + X i ( ψ , r , ε , T f , M f , E f , F f ) (3)

where, the AG interaction potential energy E i ( ψ , r , ε ) is responsible to make AG stabilization, the AG generalized action free energy X i ( ψ , r , ε , T f , M f , E f , F f ) is responsible to make AG suit variations in environments, under influences of temperature T f , magnetic M f , electric E f and force F f fields. Under the influence of T f field, the G i A u ( T ) and G i C u ( T ) sequences have been calculated by experimental enthalpies of few alloys (Supplementary Information (1) 1.3, 1.4).

In the AGC valence bond theory, the AG potential energy curve function is of great significance: 1) It has developed traditional atom pair interaction potential functions, such as Mie potential and Lennard-Jones potential, into the MAI (Many Atoms Interaction)-AG W ( ψ , r , ε ) function [

According to the SSP-systematic opening circuit evolution principle, i.e., “The sources of system are systematic genes, which determine structures of systems; structures determine properties; properties suit environments; environments optimize genes; genes optimize systems; systems optimize environments.” we have established the AG-Gibbs energy transmissive AG-GET Ω ( x , T , σ ) function of alloy phases in T f field, which describes the systematic correlativity of the characteristic Gibbs energy G * ( x , T , σ ) (chemical potential of alloy phase), AG- probabilities ( x i A u ( x , T , σ ) , x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ) occupied at the AG-GE ( G i A u , G i C u ) levels and degeneracy g-factor of AG-probabilities occupied at the lattice points [

Ω ( x , T , σ ) = g ( x i A u ( x , T , σ ) , x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ) × exp [ − G * ( x , T , σ ) / ( k B T ) ] (4)

where, k B is Boltzmann’s constant, and G * ( x , T , σ ) may be obtained by the AG-GE additive law:

G * ( x , T , σ ) = ∑ i = 0 I = 12 ( x i A u ( x , T , σ ) × G i A u ( T ) + x i C u ( x , T , σ ) × G i C u ( T ) ) (5)

The first Gibbs energy function worthy of the name for alloy phases in the history has been derived:

G ( x , T , σ ) = − k B T × ln ( Ω ( x , T , σ ) ) = G * ( x , T , σ ) − T S c ( x , T , σ ) (6)

The AG arranging configurational entropy S c ( x , T , σ ) -function is obtained from the degeneracy g-factor:

S c ( x , T , σ ) = k B ln ( g ( x i A u ( x , T , σ ) , x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ) ) (7)

The essential definition of equilibrium evolution described by AG-minimal Gibbs energy path (MGEP) equilibrium transmissive mode is that “the AG-GE ( G i A u , G i C u ) levels and AG-probabilities ( x i A u , x i C u ) occupied at the lattice points/AG-GE levels can respond immediately and change synchronously with each small variation in temperature, and proceed along the minimal Gibbs energy G min ( x ) − T path, supposing to have no obstacle to atom movement”. The Δ G min m ( x ) − T , x i A u ( x ) − T , x i C u ( x ) − T equilibrium path charts may be calculated by iso-order degree Δ G σ m ( x ) − T or isothermal Δ G T m ( x ) − σ path methods (

The essential definition of subequilibrium evolution described by AG-tracking path (AG-TP) subequilibrium transmissive mode is that “the AG-Gibbs energy ( G i A u , G i C u ) levels can change immediately with each small variation in temperature, but AG-probabilities ( x i A u , x i C u ) occupied at the lattice point/AG-GE levels cannot change synchronously, due to exist potential well obstacle to atom

movement, and proceed along the higher G s ( x ) − T path than G min ( x ) − T path.” The G s ( x ) − T , x i , s A u ( x ) − T , x i , s C u ( x ) − T subequilibrium path charts may be calculated by the AG-Tracking Path AG-TP mode of the experimental mixed enthalpy Δ H m − T path (

The AHNP information bank of alloy systems consists of AG holographic warehouse (Supplementary Information (1) 1), equilibrium EAHNP and subequilibrium SAHNP warehouses of alloys, phases and systems (Supplementary Information (1) 2, 3), in which all of path charts and phase diagrams are calculated by steps Δ x = 0. 5at % , Δ T = 1 K , and Δ σ = 0.0001 . As clicking one network point, the holographic information of the clicked alloy may be obtained immediately, that includes the AG valence electron arranging structures and holographic properties of its alloy genome, AG arranging structures and holographic properties of its alloy phases and alloy phase arranging structures and holographic properties of its alloy organization.

The AHNP bank is operable platform for researchers to achieve social road from the discovery to deployment of advanced alloys: AHNP intellectual discovery → AG arranging holographic design → AG tracking holographic certification → AG tracking high effectiveness manufacturing → AG tracking safe deployment, then allows us to significantly decrease drain on time, manpower, material, financial and energy resources for getting advanced alloys and provides information support for the AGSP.

The SSP is a universality knowledge system to study relationships among components-genes-structures-properties-environments of various systems. It consists of principles of the globality, SG universality, opening circuit evolution, unity of opposites and so on, and laws of WOP, AG-TP, combination of probability and determinacy, and so on.

1) Discussion on SG universality principle

In the single level system, the correctness of AG universality can be directly explained. The genes of the free atoms system are the quantum state electron sequence described by four quantum numbers. The diversity of electronic structures of free atoms is attributed to combination and arrangement of quantum state electrons, and diversity of their properties is attributed to response of diverse structures to environments. The genes of musical compositions system are the musical note sequence. The diversity of structures of compositions is attributed to combination and arrangement of musical notes, and diversity of their properties is attributed to response of their structures to performers.

It is very difficult to seek genes of biologic system with multi-levels. Since Mendel’s pioneering investigation in genetic characters of peas to formally began the Human Genome Project (HGP), it took 125 years. It is also very difficult to seek alloy genes of alloy system with three levels. Since 1978, we began to seek alloy genes, and up to now we propose AGSP, which has taken 40 years. During the same period, we have discovered that the human social genes (HSG) are the characteristic people sequences. A single HSG is a characteristic people existing in the center of the clan cluster and occupying the professional position in the professional cluster, as well as carrying biological and social genetic information about structures and properties from one generation to the next.

2) Discussion on systematic globality principle

In the SSP, each level has its own structure unit sequences and corresponding properties sequences. Properties are that the structure unit sequences make response to environment act on the system. Relationship of the structures and properties of each level with environments is described by corresponding level theory. Relationship between two level theories is described by transmissive equation. Therefore, the SMM science based on the QMAC-electron theory of free atoms may be described by theories-, structure unit sequences- and equations- chains besides information-chain (

The theories chain: QMAC-electron theory → AG theory → EAP and SAP theories → EAS and SAS theories.

The structure units sequences chain: quantum state electron sequences → basic atom state sequences with quantum state valence electron sequences → AG sequences → EAP and SAP sequences.

The equations chain: Schrödinger equation of free atoms → AG separable functions, MAI-AG potential energy curve function, AG Gibbs energy function → AG-GET function, equilibrium MGEP and subequilibrium AG-TP modes → equilibrium ELN and subequilibrium SCN methods.

These achievements allow us to recognize that the QMAC-electron theory of alloys is a questionable alloy theory lacking of theories-, structure unit sequences- and equations-chains and that the quantum state electron sequences and Schrödinger equation in the QMAC-electron theory of free atom system are unreasonably used to establish electron theory of alloys, violating the matched rule of structure unit sequence and structure level theory.

These achievement allow us to recognize that the QMAC-cluster variation thermodynamics and CALPHAD-thermodynamics of alloy phases are the questionable theories, in which the “so-called Gibbs energy functions” established unreasonably by “constituent atoms”, “constituent atom pairs” and “constituent atom clusters”, carrying no valence electron structures, physical properties and Gibbs energies worthy of the name, contain a number of unknown parameters to be adjusted until the Gibbs energy function is capable of representing the chosen information well. They don’t know that the constituent atom states have split in the alloys. These advances allow us also to recognize that Prigogine’s dissipative structures thermodynamics is a phenomenological theory without genes. It can not reveal essence of chaotic phases (Supplementary Information (1) 3.4).

These advances allow us also to recognize that the “Materials Genome Initiative (MGI)” [

The SMM science established by guide of SSP-principles and laws will prove stimulating to researchers working on biologic, non-biologic and social systems, and who may well find values in using them as philosophic thinking modes for establishing applied system sciences. The AGSP will become a paragon to create a new era for establishing various kinds of applied system sciences and systematic gene engineerings.

Creative SSP laws/rules evolve AHNP methods/techniques! The SSP laws/ rules mainly include the WOP law, combining rule of imaginal logic thinking and mathematical logic thinking, matched rule of structure unit sequence and structure level, determined rule for SG-sequence, united rule of probability and determinacy, integrated rule of analysis and synthesis, combining rule of theory and practice, and so on. These SSP laws/rules have been demonstrated to be very useful for establishing the SMM science and AHNP bank. Among the SSP laws/rules the WOP law has significant scientific, useful and economic values.

The WOP law means that a system can be reproduced from its few parts in the biosystems. Such as a tree can be reproduced from a seed, a branch and even a leaf of this tree; and an animal can be reproduced from its a egg cell and even a body cell. The secrets of these processes are deeply hided in the structures and properties of biological gene sequences, as well as their transmissive mode, that is attributed to natural selection. The WOP law also means that the holographic information of a system can be produced from its few parts. Due to discover AG sequences (

1) AG-WOP methods

The establishment of AG-holographic warehouse is the first stage for establishing EAHNP bank of alloy systems. It can be explained by taking the fcc-based lattice Au-Cu system, which has been considered to be classical paragon studied nearly by almost conventional and modern measurement methods for one century [

a) WOP methods of AG ε_{i} and v_{i} sequences

Determining AG potential energy ε i and volume v i sequences is the first step to establish AG-holographic warehouse by the WOP law. In the q ( x , T , σ ) functions of alloys, each function contains only four unknown parameters of primary states ( q 0 A , q I B ) and terminal states ( q I A , q 0 B ) of AG-sequences ( q = ε or v ,). We have separated out the ε i A u , ε i C u , v i A u and v i C u sequences from only experimental enthalpies and volumes of pure Au and Cu metals, as well as AuCu and AuCu_{3} compounds, and chosen the 5^{th} Δ ε m ( x , T , σ ) and 6^{th} Δ v m ( x , T , σ ) functions suitable for fcc-based lattice Au-Cu system by excess Δ ε e x ( x , T , σ ) and excess Δ v e x ( x , T , σ ) of AuCu- and AuCu_{3}-type sublattice alloys relative to disordered Au_{(1−x)}Cu_{x} alloys [

Δ ε m ( x , T , σ ) = ∑ i = 0 I [ ( i I ) 2 x i A u ] ( ε I A u ( T ) − ε 0 A u ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I [ ( I − i I ) 2 x i C u ] ( ε 0 C u ( T ) − ε I C u ( T ) ) (8)

Δ v m ( x , T , σ ) = ∑ i = 0 I [ ( i I ) 2 x i A u ] ( v I A u ( T ) − v 0 A u ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I [ 2 I ( I − i ) − ( I − i ) 2 I 2 x i C u ] ( v 0 C u ( T ) − v I C u ( T ) ) (9)

where, the x i A u = x i A u ( x , T , σ ) , x i C u = x i C u ( x , T , σ ) , I = 12 .

We have also calculated the potential energies and volumes of Au, Cu, Au_{3}Cu, AuCu and AuCu_{3} by three methods with local density approximation in the QMAC electron theory of alloys for obtaining Δ ε m ( x , T , σ ) and Δ v m ( x , T , σ ) functions. It has been discovered that the accuracies of both the potential energies and volumes at the same instant cannot allow correctly to determine Δ ε ( x , T , σ ) and Δ v ( x , T , σ ) function [

b) WOP methods of AG ψ_{i} sequences

Determining AG-VE structure ψ i sequences is the second step to establish AG-holographic warehouse based on AG ε i and v i sequences. In the AGC valence bond theory, the AGC/AG-VE structure is described by one-atom valence electron y-hybrized by some basic atom states in the basic atom state φ k sequences: ψ = ∑ k C k φ k . Each φ k state is described by free electron ( s f ), covalent electron ( s c , p c , d c , f c ), magnetic electron ( d m , f m ) and non-valence electron ( p n , d n , f n ) (

and potential energy E ( ψ , r , ε ) equations have been established. The presive solutions of valence electron structures of AG ψ i A u and ψ i C u sequences have been calculated, through the crosspoint method of the equilattice constant a ( ψ , r ) -line and equipotential energy E ( ψ , r , ε ) -line (

k number | Electronic state in outer shell | Lattice constant a/(nm) | Cohensive energy E_{c}/(kJ・mol^{−1}) | Atomic magnetic moment/(μ_{B}) | ||
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1 | (3d_{c})^{2}(3d_{m})^{4}(4s_{f})^{2} | 0.35067 | 0.44094 | 144.76 | 134.64 | 4 |

2 | (3d_{c})^{2}(3d_{m})^{4}(4s_{c})^{1}(4s_{f})^{1} | 0.32927 | 0.42323 | 211.77 | 206.35 | 4 |

3 | (3d_{c})^{2}(3d_{m})^{4}(4s_{c})^{2} | 0.32079 | 0.40303 | 289.18 | 286.87 | 4 |

4 | (3d_{n})^{2} (3d_{c})^{1}(3d_{m})^{3}(4s_{c})^{2} | 0.34439 | 0.44201 | 187.48 | 111.49 | 3 |

5 | (3d_{c})^{3}(3d_{m})^{3}(4s_{f})^{2} | 0.32022 | 0.41198 | 208.17 | 196.61 | 3 |

6 | (3d_{c})^{3}(3d_{m})^{3}(4s_{c})^{1}(4s_{f})^{1} | 0.31174 | 0.39175 | 296.13 | 291.69 | 3 |

7 | (3d_{c})^{3}(3d_{m})^{3}(4s_{c})^{2} | 0.30517 | 0.38355 | 386.06 | 382.63 | 3 |

8 | (3d_{n})^{2} (3d_{c})^{2}(3d_{m})^{3}(4s_{f})^{1} | 0.33564 | 0.42207 | 131.80 | 128.62 | 3 |

9 | (3d_{n})^{2} (3d_{c})^{2}(3d_{m})^{3}(4s_{c})^{1} | 0.31419 | 0.44084 | 231.91 | 224.04 | 3 |

10 | (3d_{c})^{4}(3d_{m})^{3}(4s_{f})^{2} | 0.29367 | 0.36920 | 289.52 | 285.20 | 3 |

11 | (3d_{c})^{4}(3d_{m})^{3}(4s_{c})^{2} | 0.28711 | 0.36102 | 423.16 | 419.64 | 3 |

12 | (3d_{n})^{2} (3d_{c})^{2}(3d_{m})^{2}(4s_{f})^{2} | 0.35067 | 0.44084 | 135.82 | 129.71 | 2 |

13 | (3d_{n})^{2} (3d_{c})^{2}(3d_{m})^{2}(4s_{c})^{1} (4s_{f})^{1} | 0.32927 | 0.42323 | 206.79 | 198.16 | 2 |

14 | (3d_{n})^{2} (3d_{c})^{2}(3d_{m})^{2}(4s_{c})^{2} | 0.32079 | 0.40303 | 284.24 | 281.52 | 2 |

15 | (3d_{n})^{2} (3d_{c})^{3}(3d_{m})^{2} (4s_{f})^{1} | 0.30665 | 0.39511 | 207.46 | 198.33 | 2 |

16 | (3d_{n})^{2} (3d_{c})^{3}(3d_{m})^{2}(4s_{c})^{1} | 0.29818 | 0.37484 | 324.18 | 321.34 | 2 |

17 | (3d_{c})^{4}(3d_{m})^{2} (4s_{f})^{2} | 0.30571 | 0.38543 | 278.51 | 271.39 | 2 |

18 | (3d_{n})^{4} (3d_{c})^{2}(3d_{m})^{1} (4s_{f})^{1} | 0.29975 | 0.37604 | 384.14 | 379.11 | 2 |

19 | (3d_{c})^{4}(3d_{m})^{2}(4s_{c})^{2} | 0.29379 | 0.36935 | 484.08 | 479.89 | 2 |

20 | (3d_{c})^{5}(3d_{m})^{2} (4s_{f})^{1} | 0.28411 | 0.35726 | 370.53 | 365.68 | 2 |

21 | (3d_{c})^{5}(3d_{m})^{2} (4s_{c})^{1} | 0.27876 | 0.35058 | 518.79 | 514.56 | 2 |

Φ_{n} | electrons in outer shell | Au-crystals | Cu-crystals | ||||||||
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d_{n} | d_{c} | s_{c} | s_{f} | p_{f} | R/(nm) | a/(nm) | E_{c}/(kJ・mol^{−1}) | R/(nm) | a/(nm) | E_{c}/(kJ・mol^{−1}) | |

1 | 0 | 9 | 0 | 1 | 1 | 0.13087 | 0.38288 | 603.44 | 0.11436 | 0.33627 | 685.33 |

2 | 0 | 9 | 1 | 1 | 0 | 0.13087 | 0.37884 | 753.69 | 0.11436 | 0.33263 | 855.19 |

3 | 0 | 9 | 2 | 0 | 0 | 0.13087 | 0.37472 | 872.10 | 0.11436 | 0.32853 | 990.75 |

4 | 0 | 10 | 0 | 1 | 0 | 0.12857 | 0.37241 | 703.83 | 0.11209 | 0.32632 | 800.02 |

5 | 0 | 10 | 1 | 0 | 0 | 0.12857 | 0.36829 | 881.34 | 0.11209 | 0.32222 | 1003.00 |

6 | 2 | 7 | 0 | 1 | 1 | 0.13189 | 0.39314 | 455.46 | 0.11536 | 0.34660 | 515.79 |

7 | 2 | 7 | 1 | 1 | 0 | 0.13189 | 0.38824 | 588.26 | 0.11536 | 0.34171 | 667.16 |

8 | 2 | 7 | 2 | 0 | 0 | 0.13189 | 0.38576 | 692.46 | 0.11536 | 0.33911 | 785.66 |

9 | 2 | 8 | 0 | 1 | 0 | 0.12908 | 0.38034 | 549.87 | 0.11259 | 0.33393 | 625.05 |

10 | 2 | 8 | 1 | 0 | 0 | 0.12908 | 0.37784 | 706.15 | 0.11259 | 0.33130 | 803.11 |

11 | 4 | 5 | 0 | 1 | 1 | 0.13349 | 0.41002 | 311.11 | 0.11694 | 0.36339 | 350.60 |

12 | 4 | 5 | 1 | 1 | 0 | 0.13349 | 0.40332 | 421.76 | 0.11694 | 0.35670 | 476.18 |

13 | 4 | 5 | 2 | 0 | 0 | 0.13349 | 0.39766 | 519.60 | 0.11694 | 0.35105 | 587.63 |

14 | 4 | 6 | 0 | 1 | 0 | 0.12988 | 0.39316 | 395.84 | 0.11338 | 0.34669 | 448.16 |

15 | 4 | 6 | 1 | 0 | 0 | 0.12988 | 0.38750 | 538.31 | 0.11338 | 0.34104 | 610.52 |

16 | 6 | 3 | 0 | 1 | 1 | 0.13637 | 0.44652 | 174.68 | 0.11979 | 0.39986 | 194.80 |

17 | 6 | 3 | 1 | 1 | 0 | 0.13637 | 0.42636 | 261.33 | 0.11979 | 0.37960 | 293.21 |

18 | 6 | 3 | 2 | 0 | 0 | 0.13637 | 0.41816 | 344.39 | 0.11979 | 0.37141 | 387.26 |

19 | 6 | 4 | 0 | 1 | 0 | 0.13133 | 0.41213 | 249.09 | 0.11481 | 0.36556 | 280.47 |

20 | 6 | 4 | 1 | 0 | 0 | 0.13133 | 0.40393 | 368.88 | 0.11481 | 0.35738 | 416.31 |

21 | 8 | 1 | 0 | 1 | 1 | 0.14309 | 0.51327 | 67.80 | 0.12644 | 0.46627 | 74.60 |

22 | 8 | 1 | 1 | 1 | 0 | 0.14309 | 0.48311 | 108.15 | 0.12644 | 0.43615 | 119.68 |

23 | 8 | 1 | 2 | 0 | 0 | 0.14309 | 0.46548 | 165.36 | 0.12644 | 0.41855 | 183.64 |

( ψ 0 A u , ψ 12 C u ) and terminal ( ψ 12 A u , ψ 0 C u ) valence electron structure in the ψ i A u and ψ i C u sequences (

ψ 0 A u = [ X e ] 5 d n 3.4013 5 d c 5.8506 6 s f 1.7481 ; ψ 12 A u = [ X e ] 5 d n 3.4218 5 d c 6.0936 6 s f 1.4847 .

ψ 12 C u = [ A r ] 3 d n 5.0778 3 d c 4.7254 4 s f 1.1968 ; ψ 0 C u = [ A r ] 3 d n 4.2877 3 d c 5.04954 4 s f 1.6628 .

where, [ X e ] ―Xenon electronic structure, [ A r ] ―Argon electronic structure.

According to potential surface forms and filling rules of s c , p c , d c and f c shells, the AG arranging crystallography of alloy phases may be established for revealing essence of crystalline structure categories of alloy phases.

According to energies, lengths and directions of s c , p c , d c and f c covalent bonds, the AG arranging covalent bond theory of alloy phases may be established for revealing essence of mechanical properties of alloy phases [

c) WOP methods of AG physical properties

Determining AG physical properties sequences is the third step to establish AG-holographic warehouse based on AG ε i , v i and ψ i sequences. In the AGC-VB theory, the AG potential curve W ( ψ , r , ε , E ) equation has been established, besides bond length, lattice constant and potential energy equations. According to W ( ψ , r , ε , E ) equation, the potential energy curves (

According to coupling energies and transmissive mode of magnetic and free electrons, the magnetic and electric conducting theories of alloy phases will be respectively established for revealing essence of magnetic and electric properties of alloy phases.

d) WOP methods of AG G_{i}-sequences

Determining AG Gibbs energy G i sequences is the fourth step to establish AG-holographic warehouse. Under the influence of temperature field, the AG G ( ψ , r , ε , E , θ , T f , M f , E f , F f ) may be simply rewritten as the G i ( T ) , which may be described by two parts: a temperature independent potential energy E ( 0 ) and a temperature dependent generalized vibration/action free energy X i v ( T ) :

G i ( T ) = E i ( 0 ) + X i v ( T ) . (1)

The X i v ( T ) includes Debye vibration free energy X i D ( T ) and generalized attaching action free energy X i E ( T ) :

X i v ( T ) = X i D ( T ) + X i E ( T ) . (2)

The relationship of the X i D ( T ) with Debye vibration energy U i D ( T ) , Debye vibration entropy energy T S i D ( T ) and Debye vibration specific heat c p i D ( T ) is,

C i α | Valence electrons in outer shell | v | ε | R | E_{c} | θ | B | |||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

d_{n} | d_{c} | s_{c} | s_{f} | 10^{−3} nm^{3 } | (eV・at.^{−1}) | 10^{−1}nm | (J・mol^{−1}) | (K) | (GPa) | |

Au characteristic crystals | ||||||||||

C 0 A u | 3.4013 | 5.8506 | 0 | 1.7481 | 16.9581 | −3.8130 | 1.3428 | 368,000 | 165.00 | 170.99 |

C 1 A u | 3.4016 | 5.8523 | 0 | 1.7461 | 16.9524 | −3.8146 | 1.3426 | 368,162 | 165.06 | 171.17 |

C 2 A u | 3.4007 | 5.8578 | 0 | 1.7415 | 16.9353 | −3.8197 | 1.3423 | 368,647 | 165.22 | 171.69 |

C 3 A u | 3.3995 | 5.8669 | 0 | 1.7336 | 16.9067 | −3.8281 | 1.3417 | 369,456 | 165.49 | 172.58 |

C 4 A u | 3.399 | 5.8793 | 0 | 1.7216 | 16.8667 | −3.8398 | 1.3409 | 370,589 | 165.87 | 173.83 |

C 5 A u | 3.3994 | 5.8951 | 0 | 1.7055 | 16.8152 | −3.8549 | 1.3397 | 372,046 | 166.37 | 175.45 |

C 6 A u | 3.3998 | 5.9143 | 0 | 1.6859 | 16.7524 | −3.8733 | 1.3383 | 373,826 | 166.98 | 177.46 |

C 7 A u | 3.4005 | 5.9368 | 0 | 1.6627 | 16.6780 | −3.8951 | 1.3367 | 375,929 | 167.70 | 179.86 |

C 8 A u | 3.4014 | 5.9626 | 0 | 1.636 | 16.5923 | −3.9203 | 1.3348 | 378,357 | 168.52 | 182.68 |

C 9 A u | 3.404 | 5.9912 | 0 | 1.6048 | 16.4951 | −3.9488 | 1.3326 | 381,108 | 169.47 | 185.94 |

C 10 A u | 3.4074 | 6.0229 | 0 | 1.5698 | 16.3865 | −3.9806 | 1.3302 | 384,182 | 170.52 | 189.67 |

C 11 A u | 3.4138 | 6.0569 | 0 | 1.5293 | 16.2665 | −4.0159 | 1.3274 | 387,581 | 171.70 | 193.89 |

C 12 A u | 3.4218 | 6.0936 | 0 | 1.4847 | 16.1351 | −4.0544 | 1.3244 | 391,303 | 172.99 | 198.65 |

Cu characteristic crystals | ||||||||||

C 0 C u | 4.2877 | 5.0495 | 0 | 1.6628 | 12.3631 | −3.6478 | 1.1793 | 352,055 | 345.81 | 134.68 |

C 1 C u | 4.3485 | 5.0119 | 0 | 1.6396 | 12.3593 | −3.6212 | 1.1782 | 349,491 | 344.58 | 133.76 |

C 2 C u | 4.411 | 4.9762 | 0 | 1.6129 | 12.3478 | −3.5969 | 1.1768 | 347,150 | 343.53 | 133.05 |

C 3 C u | 4.4737 | 4.9426 | 0 | 1.5837 | 12.3287 | −3.5750 | 1.1753 | 345,031 | 342.66 | 132.56 |

C 4 C u | 4.5366 | 4.9111 | 0 | 1.5523 | 12.3019 | −3.5553 | 1.1735 | 343,136 | 341.96 | 132.27 |

C 5 C u | 4.6006 | 4.8815 | 0 | 1.5179 | 12.2675 | −3.5380 | 1.1715 | 341,463 | 341.45 | 132.20 |

C 6 C u | 4.6648 | 4.854 | 0 | 1.4812 | 12.2254 | −3.5230 | 1.1693 | 340,014 | 341.10 | 132.34 |

C 7 C u | 4.7309 | 4.8282 | 0 | 1.4409 | 12.1757 | −3.5103 | 1.1669 | 338,787 | 340.96 | 132.70 |

C 8 C u | 4.7982 | 4.8042 | 0 | 1.3976 | 12.1183 | −3.4999 | 1.1642 | 337,784 | 340.99 | 133.28 |

C 9 C u | 4.866 | 4.7821 | 0 | 1.3519 | 12.0533 | −3.4918 | 1.1612 | 337,003 | 341.21 | 134.09 |

C 10 C u | 4.9345 | 4.7618 | 0 | 1.3037 | 11.9807 | −3.4860 | 1.1581 | 336,446 | 341.61 | 135.15 |

C 11 C u | 5.0053 | 4.7429 | 0 | 1.2519 | 11.9003 | −3.4826 | 1.1547 | 336,111 | 342.20 | 136.44 |

C 12 C u | 5.0778 | 4.7254 | 0 | 1.1968 | 11.8124 | −3.4814 | 1.1511 | 336,000 | 343.00 | 138.00 |

X i D ( T ) = U i D ( T ) − T S i D ( T ) = ∫ c p i D ( T ) d T − T ∫ c p i D ( T ) T d T (3)

The c p i D ( T ) may be calculated by Debye theory.

The relationship of the X i E ( T ) with attaching action energy U i E ( T ) , attaching action entropy energy T S i E ( T ) and attaching action specific heat c p i E ( T ) is as following,

X i E ( T ) = U i E ( T ) − T S i E ( T ) = ∫ c p i E ( T ) d T − T ∫ c p i E ( T ) T d T (4)

The c p i E ( T ) may be obtained only by experimental enthalpies H ( x , T ) of few alloys (Supplementary Information (2) 3), which includes contributions of electron excitation, expansion work ( P Δ V ) of volume, energy of formation of holes, variation of potential energy Δ E ( T ) with temperature, and so on. For fcc-based Au-Cu system, the AG G ( T ) function with multi-level energetic functions in the real sense of the term have been established and shown in the

2) WOP methods of EAHNP warehouse

The establishment of equilibrium EAHNP path charts of single alloys and EAHNP phase diagrams of single phases and Au-Cu system is the second stage for establishing AHNP bank of the fcc-based lattice Au-Cu system only based on AG holographic warehouse, that needs no other experimental data.

a) WOP methods of EAHNP path of alloys

According to the G i A u ( T ) and G i C u ( T ) sequences, mixed Gibbs energy Δ G m ( x , T , σ ) function and essential definition of equilibrium order disorder transition, the equilibrium Δ G e m − T , σ e − T , x i , e A u − T and x i , e C u − T paths on equilibrium order disorder transition as function of temperature for the stoichiometric Au_{3}Cu alloy have been calculated by the minimal Gibbs energy path MGEP method, which may be performed by the iso-order degree Gibbs energy Δ G σ m − T path method or isothermal Gibbs energy Δ G T m − σ path method (_{3}Cu alloy are calculated by x i , e A u − T and x i , e C u − T paths. It has following general behaviors: The order → disorder transition upon heating and disorder → order transition upon cooling proceed along the same minimal mixed Gibbs energy Δ G min m − T path. Namely, there exists no so-called hysteresis phenomenon between both transitions; The Δ G min m − T path is continuous and homogenous, and has stability and linearity without jumping phenomenon. The T c critical temperature is determined by the crosspoint method of Δ G min m − T and Δ G d i s . m ( x , σ = 0 ) − T curves.

b) EAHNP phase diagrams of phases

By the Δ G min m − T path MGEP method, the Δ G e m ( x , T , σ ) , σ e ( x , T ) , x i , e A u ( x , T , σ ) and x i , e C u ( x , T , σ ) path charts on equilibrium order disorder transition as function of composition, temperature and order degree for all alloys in the Au_{3}Cu-type sublattice phase may be calculated, using calculated steps Δ x = 0. 5at . % , Δ T = 1 K , Δ σ = 0.0001 . Then, the three-dimension q e − x − T and two-dimension q x , e − T , T q , e − x and q T , e − x EAHNP phase diagrams may be constructed [

By analogous method, the EAHNP phase diagrams of the AuCu- and AuCu_{3}-type sublattice ordered phases [

c) EAHNP phase diagrams of alloy system

The solid fcc-based lattice Au-Cu system is a competitive system of the Au_{3}Cu-, AuCu- and AuCu_{3}-type sublattice ordered phases, as well as fcc-based lattice disordered phase. The equilibrium three dimension Δ G m − T − x phase diagram may be established by the equilibrium lever numerical method of isothermal Gibbs energy curves [

3) WOP methods of SAHNP warehouses

The subequilibrium SAHNP warehouse established by the AG-tracking path AG-TP method is the third stage for establishing AHNP bank of the fcc-based lattice Au-Cu system only based on AG holographic warehouse, EAHNP warehouse and experimental mixed enthalpy Δ H m ( x , T ) or volume Δ V m ( x , T ) paths of alloys! It includes SAHNP path charts of single alloys [

a) WOP methods of SAHNP path of alloys

The steps of the AG-TP method for subequilibrium SAHNP path charts of alloys may be presented by taking ordered AuCuI(AuCu) alloy as an example, which is a classic paragon (

i) To establish equilibrium Δ G e m ( σ ) − T path chart by the iso-order degree Gibbs energy method at first, then, the Δ H e m − T path and iso-order degree enthalpies Δ H σ m − T path network chart may be drawn up (

ii) To draw up the experimental mixed enthalpy Δ H s m − T path on the network chart of the Δ H σ m − T path, then, the subequilibrium, σ s − T , ∑ x i , s A u − T − i , ∑ x i , s C u − T − i , Δ G s m − T (Figures 11(c)-(f)) and SAHNP path charts of the AuCu alloy may be calculated.

The common behaviors of the SAHNP charts are as follows: The order degree keeps unchanged in a broad temperature range from 0 K to 593 K by slow heating rate; There exists complex variation in order degree, during the temperature range from onset temperature ( T o n s e t ) to jumping T j -temperature, that is only about 100 K interval; Upon increasing heating rate, the T o n s e t -temperature increases, and the T j -temperature decreases, i.e., so called Retro-Effect [

b) SAHNP phase diagrams of phases

By the AG-tracking path (AG-TP) method on experimental mixed enthalpy path, the Δ H s m ( x , T , σ ) , σ s ( x , T ) , x i , s A u ( x , T , σ ) and x i , s C u ( x , T , σ ) path charts on subequilibrium order → disorder transition as function of composition, temperature and order degree for all alloys in the AuCu-type sublattice phase may be calculated, using calculated steps Δ x = 0. 5at . % , Δ T = 1 K and Δ σ = 0.0001 . Then, the three-dimension q s − x − T and two-dimension q x , s − T , T q , s − x and q T , s − x SAHNP phase diagrams may be constructed [

By analogous method, the SAHNP phase diagrams of the Au_{3}Cu- and AuCu_{3}- type ordered phases may be established.

c) SAHNP phase diagrams of alloy systems

The subequilibrium three dimension Δ G m − x − T phase boundries of solid fcc-based lattice Au-Cu system may be established by the crosspoint numerical method of isothermal Gibbs energy curves [

d) Values of AG-TP method

The AG-TP method has special values. It can make us describe all real situations happened in evolutional progress of alloys, through tracking one property only. Then, we can reveal essence of chaotic phases, observe some new phenomena, discover some new mechanisms, explain some difficult questions left over by history and establish SAHNP path charts, that may be explained by the disordering path of AuCuI( A 8 A u A 4 C u ) compound [

i) When 0 K ≤ T < T o n s e t ( 593 K ) , it is the subequilibrium unchanged period of the AuCuI( A 8 A u A 4 C u ), of which the behaviors as fellows (

ii) When T o n s e t < T ≤ 620 K and 1.000 > σ s ≥ 0. 99 0 (

iii) When 62 0 K < T ≤ 65 0 K and 0.990 > σ s ≥ 0.925 (

T | E 8 A u | U 8 A u . v ^{①}^{ } | c p 8 A u ^{①} | ( E 8 A u + U 8 A u . v ) | ( T × S 8 A u . v ) | G 8 A u | | E 8 A u / U 8 A u . v | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

0 | −378,357 | 0 | 0.00 | −378,357 | 0 | −378,357 | / |

50 | −378,357 | 298 | 14.94 | −378,059 | 440 | −378,499 | 1270.68 |

100 | −378,357 | 1258 | 21.75 | −377,099 | 2184 | −379,283 | 300.82 |

150 | −378,357 | 2398 | 23.54 | −375,959 | 4660 | −380,619 | 157.78 |

200 | −378,357 | 3596 | 24.28 | −374,761 | 7590 | −382,351 | 105.22 |

250 | −378,357 | 4821 | 24.71 | −373,536 | 10,855 | −384,390 | 78.48 |

300 | −378,357 | 6065 | 25.02 | −372,292 | 14,386 | −386,678 | 62.39 |

350 | −378,357 | 7322 | 25.28 | −371,035 | 18,140 | −389,175 | 51.67 |

400 | −378,357 | 8592 | 25.53 | −369,764 | 22,088 | −391,853 | 44.03 |

450 | −378,357 | 9875 | 25.79 | −368,481 | 26,209 | −394,690 | 38.31 |

500 | −378,357 | 11,172 | 26.06 | −367,185 | 30,487 | −397,672 | 33.87 |

550 | −378,357 | 12,481 | 26.34 | −365,875 | 34,908 | −400,784 | 30.31 |

593 | −378,357 | 13,619 | 26.59 | −364,737 | 38,819 | −403,556 | 27.78 |

600 | −378,357 | 13,806 | 26.64 | −364,551 | 39,465 | −404,016 | 27.41 |

620 | −378,357 | 14,340 | 26.76 | −364,017 | 41,323 | −405,340 | 26.39 |

637 | −378,357 | 14,796 | 26.87 | −363,561 | 42,918 | −406,479 | 25.57 |

650 | −378,357 | 15,145 | 26.96 | −363,211 | 44,147 | −407,359 | 24.98 |

683 | −378,357 | 16,039 | 27.18 | −362,318 | 47,304 | −409,622 | 23.59 |

700 | −378,357 | 16,502 | 27.30 | −361,855 | 48,950 | −410,805 | 22.93 |

750 | −378,357 | 17,876 | 27.66 | −360,481 | 53,869 | −414,350 | 21.17 |

769 | −378,357 | 18,403 | 27.80 | −359,954 | 55,767 | −415,721 | 20.56 |

800 | −378,357 | 19,268 | 28.04 | −359,089 | 58,898 | −417,986 | 19.64 |

850 | −378,357 | 20,680 | 28.45 | −357,676 | 64,034 | −421,710 | 18.30 |

900 | −378,357 | 22,114 | 28.88 | −356,243 | 69,275 | −425,518 | 17.11 |

950 | −378,357 | 23,569 | 29.33 | −354,788 | 74,619 | −429,407 | 16.05 |

1000 | −378,357 | 25,048 | 29.81 | −353,309 | 80,063 | −433,372 | 15.11 |

1050 | −378,357 | 26,551 | 30.31 | −351,806 | 85,606 | −437,412 | 14.25 |

1100 | −378,357 | 28,079 | 30.83 | −350,278 | 91,247 | −441,524 | 13.47 |

1150 | −378,357 | 29,634 | 31.38 | −348,722 | 96,984 | −445,707 | 12.77 |

1200 | −378,357 | 31,217 | 31.95 | −347,139 | 102,818 | −449,957 | 12.12 |

1250 | −378,357 | 32,830 | 32.54 | −345,527 | 108,747 | −454,274 | 11.52 |

1300 | −378,357 | 34,472 | 33.16 | −343,884 | 114,772 | −458,656 | 10.98 |

1336^{②} | −378,357 | 35,674 | 33.62 | −342,682 | 119,169 | −461,851 | 10.61 |

1350 | −378,357 | 36,146 | 33.80 | −342,210 | 120,892 | −463,102 | 10.47 |

1356^{③} | −378,357 | 36,349 | 33.88 | −342,007 | 121,633 | −463,640 | 10.41 |

1400 | −378,357 | 37,853 | 34.47 | −340,504 | 127,107 | −467,611 | 10.00 |

1) The generalized vibration energy includes contributions of Debye vibration energy, existing energy of electrons, forming energy of holes, expansion work of volume and variation in potential energy with temperature; 2) The melting of pure Au metal; 3) The melting of pure Cu metal.

T | E 4 C u | U 4 C u . v ^{①} | c p 4 C u ^{①} | ( E 4 C u + U 4 C u . v ) | ( T × S 4 C u . v ) | G 4 C u | | E 4 C u / U 4 C u . v | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

0 | −343,136 | 0 | 0.00 | −343,136 | 0 | −343,136 | / |

50 | −343,136 | 73 | 5.16 | −343,062 | 102 | −343,164 | 4670.88 |

100 | −343,136 | 602 | 15.14 | −342,534 | 896 | −343,430 | 569.91 |

150 | −343,136 | 1498 | 20.06 | −341,638 | 2424 | −344,062 | 229.08 |

200 | −343,136 | 2567 | 22.44 | −340,569 | 4459 | −345,028 | 133.69 |

250 | −343,136 | 3725 | 23.80 | −339,410 | 6865 | −346,275 | 92.10 |

300 | −343,136 | 4939 | 24.70 | −338,196 | 9565 | −347,762 | 69.47 |

350 | −343,136 | 6192 | 25.38 | −336,943 | 12,511 | −349,454 | 55.41 |

400 | −343,136 | 7475 | 25.94 | −335,660 | 15,669 | −351,329 | 45.90 |

450 | −343,136 | 8785 | 26.43 | −334,351 | 19,015 | −353,366 | 39.06 |

500 | −343,136 | 10,117 | 26.88 | −333,018 | 22,532 | −355,550 | 33.92 |

550 | −343,136 | 11,473 | 27.32 | −331,663 | 26,205 | −357,868 | 29.91 |

593 | −343,136 | 12,655 | 27.69 | −330,480 | 29,482 | −359,962 | 27.11 |

600 | −343,136 | 12,849 | 27.75 | −330,286 | 30,025 | −360,311 | 26.70 |

620 | −343,136 | 13,406 | 27.92 | −329,730 | 31,592 | −361,321 | 25.60 |

637 | −343,136 | 13,882 | 28.07 | −329,254 | 32,940 | −362,194 | 24.72 |

650 | −343,136 | 14,248 | 28.18 | −328,888 | 33,982 | −362,870 | 24.08 |

683 | −343,136 | 15,182 | 28.47 | −327,953 | 36,665 | −364,619 | 22.60 |

700 | −343,136 | 15,668 | 28.62 | −327,468 | 38,069 | −365,537 | 21.90 |

750 | −343,136 | 17,109 | 29.06 | −326,026 | 42,280 | −368,307 | 20.06 |

769 | −343,136 | 17,663 | 29.23 | −325,473 | 43,912 | −369,385 | 19.43 |

800 | −343,136 | 18,573 | 29.51 | −324,562 | 46,611 | −371,173 | 18.47 |

850 | −343,136 | 20,060 | 29.97 | −323,075 | 51,056 | −374,131 | 17.11 |

900 | −343,136 | 21,570 | 30.44 | −321,565 | 55,613 | −377,178 | 15.91 |

950 | −343,136 | 23,105 | 30.93 | −320,031 | 60,278 | −380,309 | 14.85 |

1000 | −343,136 | 24,663 | 31.42 | −318,473 | 65,050 | −383,522 | 13.91 |

1050 | −343,136 | 26,247 | 31.94 | −316,889 | 69,925 | −386,814 | 13.07 |

1100 | −343,136 | 27,857 | 32.46 | −315,279 | 74,902 | −390,181 | 12.32 |

1150 | −343,136 | 29,494 | 33.00 | −313,642 | 79,980 | −393,622 | 11.63 |

1200 | −343,136 | 31,158 | 33.56 | −311,978 | 85,157 | −397,135 | 11.01 |

1250 | −343,136 | 32,850 | 34.13 | −310,286 | 90,432 | −400,718 | 10.45 |

1300 | −343,136 | 34,571 | 34.71 | −308,565 | 95,804 | −404,369 | 9.93 |

1336^{②} | −343,136 | 35,828 | 35.14 | −307,308 | 99,732 | −407,039 | 9.58 |

1350 | −343,136 | 36,321 | 35.31 | −306,814 | 101,273 | −408,087 | 9.45 |

1356^{③} | −343,136 | 36,533 | 35.39 | −306,602 | 101,935 | −408,538 | 9.39 |

1400 | −343,136 | 38,102 | 35.93 | −305,033 | 106,837 | −411,870 | 9.01 |

1)The generalized vibration energy includes contributions of Debye vibration energy, existing energy of electrons, forming energy of holes, expansion work of volume and variation in potential energy with temperature; 2) The melting of pure Au metal; 3) The melting of pure Cu metal.

T e | T s | σ ^{①}^{ } | x 0 A u | x 1 A u | x 2 A u | x 3 A u | x 4 A u | x 5 A u | x 6 A u | x 7 A u | x 8 A u | x 9 A u | x 10 A u | x 11 A u | x 12 A u |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

0 | 0 | 1.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 50.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

191 | 571 | 0.999 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.025 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.199 | 49.676 | 0.099 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

227 | 585 | 0.998 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.049 | 0.000 | 0.001 | 0.395 | 49.355 | 0.198 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

245 | 593 | 0.997 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.074 | 0.001 | 0.003 | 0.589 | 49.037 | 0.295 | 0.001 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

257 | 600 | 0.996 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.001 | 0.098 | 0.002 | 0.005 | 0.781 | 48.722 | 0.391 | 0.001 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

268 | 605 | 0.995 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.001 | 0.121 | 0.002 | 0.009 | 0.970 | 48.409 | 0.485 | 0.002 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

277 | 610 | 0.994 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.002 | 0.145 | 0.004 | 0.012 | 1.158 | 48.099 | 0.579 | 0.003 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

613 | 613 | 0.993 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.002 | 0.168 | 0.005 | 0.017 | 1.343 | 47.791 | 0.671 | 0.004 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

616 | 616 | 0.992 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.003 | 0.191 | 0.006 | 0.022 | 1.525 | 47.486 | 0.763 | 0.005 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

618 | 618 | 0.991 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.004 | 0.213 | 0.008 | 0.027 | 1.706 | 47.184 | 0.853 | 0.006 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

304 | 620 | 0.990 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.005 | 0.236 | 0.010 | 0.033 | 1.884 | 46.884 | 0.942 | 0.007 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

348 | 631 | 0.980 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.018 | 0.445 | 0.038 | 0.127 | 3.551 | 44.019 | 1.775 | 0.027 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

379 | 636 | 0.970 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.001 | 0.038 | 0.630 | 0.085 | 0.271 | 5.021 | 41.386 | 2.509 | 0.057 | 0.001 | 0.000 |

387 | 637 | 0.967 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.001 | 0.045 | 0.682 | 0.102 | 0.323 | 5.427 | 40.638 | 2.712 | 0.068 | 0.001 | 0.000 |

403 | 640 | 0.960 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.002 | 0.064 | 0.796 | 0.147 | 0.459 | 6.315 | 38.965 | 3.155 | 0.096 | 0.001 | 0.000 |

424 | 643 | 0.950 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.004 | 0.095 | 0.943 | 0.225 | 0.683 | 7.449 | 36.737 | 3.719 | 0.142 | 0.002 | 0.000 |

443 | 646 | 0.940 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.006 | 0.130 | 1.075 | 0.317 | 0.936 | 8.440 | 34.687 | 4.211 | 0.194 | 0.004 | 0.000 |

444 | 646 | 0.939 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.006 | 0.134 | 1.087 | 0.327 | 0.963 | 8.531 | 34.491 | 4.256 | 0.200 | 0.004 | 0.000 |

459 | 648 | 0.930 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.009 | 0.168 | 1.193 | 0.422 | 1.214 | 9.302 | 32.799 | 4.637 | 0.250 | 0.006 | 0.000 |

467 | 650 | 0.925 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.011 | 0.188 | 1.248 | 0.479 | 1.360 | 9.688 | 31.911 | 4.828 | 0.279 | 0.007 | 0.000 |

474 | 651 | 0.920 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.013 | 0.209 | 1.300 | 0.539 | 1.510 | 10.048 | 31.059 | 5.004 | 0.309 | 0.009 | 0.000 |

488 | 654 | 0.910 | 0.000 | 0.001 | 0.017 | 0.251 | 1.397 | 0.666 | 1.821 | 10.691 | 29.456 | 5.318 | 0.370 | 0.012 | 0.000 |

501 | 657 | 0.900 | 0.000 | 0.001 | 0.023 | 0.294 | 1.486 | 0.804 | 2.142 | 11.241 | 27.976 | 5.584 | 0.433 | 0.015 | 0.000 |

513 | 668 | 0.890 | 0.000 | 0.001 | 0.029 | 0.339 | 1.568 | 0.950 | 2.471 | 11.709 | 26.611 | 5.808 | 0.496 | 0.019 | 0.000 |

525 | 673 | 0.880 | 0.000 | 0.001 | 0.036 | 0.384 | 1.644 | 1.104 | 2.804 | 12.103 | 25.349 | 5.993 | 0.559 | 0.023 | 0.000 |

536 | 676 | 0.870 | 0.000 | 0.002 | 0.043 | 0.429 | 1.716 | 1.264 | 3.138 | 12.432 | 24.182 | 6.144 | 0.621 | 0.028 | 0.000 |

546 | 677 | 0.860 | 0.000 | 0.003 | 0.051 | 0.474 | 1.783 | 1.431 | 3.472 | 12.702 | 23.103 | 6.264 | 0.682 | 0.034 | 0.001 |

556 | 678 | 0.850 | 0.000 | 0.003 | 0.060 | 0.519 | 1.848 | 1.604 | 3.804 | 12.921 | 22.102 | 6.357 | 0.741 | 0.039 | 0.001 |

565 | 679 | 0.840 | 0.000 | 0.004 | 0.070 | 0.564 | 1.910 | 1.780 | 4.131 | 13.095 | 21.175 | 6.426 | 0.798 | 0.045 | 0.001 |

574 | 680 | 0.830 | 0.000 | 0.005 | 0.080 | 0.608 | 1.971 | 1.961 | 4.453 | 13.229 | 20.314 | 6.474 | 0.854 | 0.051 | 0.001 |

583 | 681 | 0.820 | 0.000 | 0.006 | 0.090 | 0.651 | 2.030 | 2.144 | 4.768 | 13.328 | 19.514 | 6.502 | 0.906 | 0.058 | 0.001 |

591 | 682 | 0.810 | 0.000 | 0.007 | 0.101 | 0.694 | 2.089 | 2.330 | 5.076 | 13.397 | 18.770 | 6.514 | 0.957 | 0.065 | 0.002 |

593 | 683 | 0.807 | 0.000 | 0.007 | 0.104 | 0.706 | 2.107 | 2.386 | 5.166 | 13.412 | 18.557 | 6.515 | 0.971 | 0.067 | 0.002 |

599 | / | 0.800 | 0.000 | 0.008 | 0.112 | 0.736 | 2.148 | 2.518 | 5.375 | 13.438 | 18.077 | 6.511 | 1.004 | 0.071 | 0.002 |

606 | / | 0.790 | 0.000 | 0.009 | 0.124 | 0.777 | 2.206 | 2.707 | 5.665 | 13.456 | 17.430 | 6.495 | 1.049 | 0.078 | 0.002 |

610 | / | 0.786 | 0.000 | 0.010 | 0.129 | 0.793 | 2.230 | 2.782 | 5.779 | 13.458 | 17.184 | 6.486 | 1.066 | 0.081 | 0.002 |
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635 | / | 0.750 | 0.001 | 0.015 | 0.173 | 0.935 | 2.445 | 3.464 | 6.731 | 13.354 | 15.239 | 6.332 | 1.199 | 0.107 | 0.004 |

665 | / | 0.700 | 0.001 | 0.025 | 0.239 | 1.117 | 2.763 | 4.387 | 7.838 | 12.994 | 13.176 | 5.990 | 1.323 | 0.141 | 0.006 |

692 | / | 0.650 | 0.002 | 0.037 | 0.304 | 1.287 | 3.104 | 5.248 | 8.711 | 12.532 | 11.627 | 5.583 | 1.386 | 0.171 | 0.008 |

715 | / | 0.600 | 0.003 | 0.050 | 0.368 | 1.450 | 3.460 | 6.029 | 9.384 | 12.061 | 10.431 | 5.163 | 1.398 | 0.194 | 0.011 |

736 | / | 0.550 | 0.004 | 0.063 | 0.430 | 1.608 | 3.820 | 6.719 | 9.893 | 11.623 | 9.486 | 4.759 | 1.374 | 0.209 | 0.013 |

754 | / | 0.500 | 0.005 | 0.076 | 0.487 | 1.762 | 4.174 | 7.319 | 10.275 | 11.234 | 8.727 | 4.386 | 1.324 | 0.217 | 0.015 |

771 | 683 | 0.4545 | 0.006 | 0.088 | 0.536 | 1.897 | 4.477 | 7.785 | 10.534 | 10.929 | 8.167 | 4.082 | 1.265 | 0.218 | 0.016 |

783 | 687 | 0.400 | 0.008 | 0.101 | 0.591 | 2.055 | 4.822 | 8.267 | 10.771 | 10.611 | 7.608 | 3.752 | 1.185 | 0.213 | 0.017 |

795 | 690 | 0.350 | 0.009 | 0.111 | 0.637 | 2.190 | 5.103 | 8.628 | 10.927 | 10.372 | 7.198 | 3.494 | 1.109 | 0.205 | 0.017 |

805 | 694 | 0.300 | 0.010 | 0.120 | 0.679 | 2.313 | 5.350 | 8.925 | 11.042 | 10.173 | 6.866 | 3.274 | 1.037 | 0.194 | 0.016 |

814 | 699 | 0.250 | 0.010 | 0.128 | 0.716 | 2.422 | 5.561 | 9.164 | 11.127 | 10.012 | 6.600 | 3.091 | 0.971 | 0.183 | 0.016 |

821 | 706 | 0.200 | 0.011 | 0.135 | 0.747 | 2.514 | 5.734 | 9.352 | 11.188 | 9.885 | 6.392 | 2.943 | 0.913 | 0.171 | 0.015 |

826 | 715 | 0.150 | 0.012 | 0.140 | 0.772 | 2.588 | 5.869 | 9.493 | 11.230 | 9.788 | 6.236 | 2.829 | 0.867 | 0.161 | 0.014 |

829 | 724 | 0.100 | 0.012 | 0.144 | 0.791 | 2.642 | 5.966 | 9.591 | 11.258 | 9.721 | 6.127 | 2.749 | 0.833 | 0.153 | 0.013 |

832 | 738 | 0.050 | 0.012 | 0.146 | 0.802 | 2.675 | 6.023 | 9.649 | 11.274 | 9.681 | 6.064 | 2.701 | 0.813 | 0.148 | 0.012 |

833 | 1357 | 0.000 | 0.012 | 0.146 | 0.806 | 2.686 | 6.042 | 9.668 | 11.279 | 9.668 | 6.042 | 2.686 | 0.806 | 0.146 | 0.012 |

The σ denotes σ e corresponding to T e or σ s corresponding to T s .

T e | T s | σ ^{①} | x 0 C u | x 1 C u | x 2 C u | x 3 C u | x 4 C u | x 5 C u | x 6 C u | x 7 C u | x 8 C u | x 9 C u | x 10 C u | x 11 C u | x 12 C u |
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0 | 0 | 1.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 50.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

191 | 571 | 0.999 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.099 | 49.676 | 0.199 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.025 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

227 | 585 | 0.998 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.198 | 49.355 | 0.395 | 0.001 | 0.000 | 0.049 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

245 | 593 | 0.997 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.001 | 0.295 | 49.037 | 0.589 | 0.003 | 0.001 | 0.074 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

257 | 600 | 0.996 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.001 | 0.391 | 48.722 | 0.781 | 0.005 | 0.002 | 0.098 | 0.001 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

268 | 605 | 0.995 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.002 | 0.485 | 48.409 | 0.970 | 0.009 | 0.002 | 0.121 | 0.001 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

277 | 610 | 0.994 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.003 | 0.579 | 48.099 | 1.158 | 0.012 | 0.004 | 0.145 | 0.002 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

613 | 613 | 0.993 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.004 | 0.671 | 47.791 | 1.343 | 0.017 | 0.005 | 0.168 | 0.002 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

616 | 616 | 0.992 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.005 | 0.763 | 47.486 | 1.525 | 0.022 | 0.006 | 0.191 | 0.003 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

618 | 618 | 0.991 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.006 | 0.853 | 47.184 | 1.706 | 0.027 | 0.008 | 0.213 | 0.004 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

304 | 620 | 0.990 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.007 | 0.942 | 46.884 | 1.884 | 0.033 | 0.010 | 0.236 | 0.005 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

348 | 631 | 0.980 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.027 | 1.775 | 44.019 | 3.551 | 0.127 | 0.038 | 0.445 | 0.018 | 0.000 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

379 | 636 | 0.970 | 0.000 | 0.001 | 0.057 | 2.509 | 41.386 | 5.021 | 0.271 | 0.085 | 0.630 | 0.038 | 0.001 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

387 | 637 | 0.967 | 0.000 | 0.001 | 0.068 | 2.712 | 40.638 | 5.427 | 0.323 | 0.102 | 0.682 | 0.045 | 0.001 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

403 | 640 | 0.960 | 0.000 | 0.001 | 0.096 | 3.155 | 38.965 | 6.315 | 0.459 | 0.147 | 0.796 | 0.064 | 0.002 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

424 | 643 | 0.950 | 0.000 | 0.002 | 0.142 | 3.719 | 36.737 | 7.449 | 0.683 | 0.225 | 0.943 | 0.095 | 0.004 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

443 | 646 | 0.940 | 0.000 | 0.004 | 0.194 | 4.211 | 34.687 | 8.440 | 0.936 | 0.317 | 1.075 | 0.130 | 0.006 | 0.000 | 0.000 |
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444 | 646 | 0.939 | 0.000 | 0.004 | 0.200 | 4.256 | 34.491 | 8.531 | 0.963 | 0.327 | 1.087 | 0.134 | 0.006 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

459 | 648 | 0.930 | 0.000 | 0.006 | 0.250 | 4.637 | 32.799 | 9.302 | 1.214 | 0.422 | 1.193 | 0.168 | 0.009 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

467 | 650 | 0.925 | 0.000 | 0.007 | 0.279 | 4.828 | 31.911 | 9.688 | 1.360 | 0.479 | 1.248 | 0.188 | 0.011 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

474 | 651 | 0.920 | 0.000 | 0.009 | 0.309 | 5.004 | 31.059 | 10.048 | 1.510 | 0.539 | 1.300 | 0.209 | 0.013 | 0.000 | 0.000 |

488 | 654 | 0.910 | 0.000 | 0.012 | 0.370 | 5.318 | 29.456 | 10.691 | 1.821 | 0.666 | 1.397 | 0.251 | 0.017 | 0.001 | 0.000 |

501 | 657 | 0.900 | 0.000 | 0.015 | 0.433 | 5.584 | 27.976 | 11.241 | 2.142 | 0.804 | 1.486 | 0.294 | 0.023 | 0.001 | 0.000 |

513 | 668 | 0.890 | 0.000 | 0.019 | 0.496 | 5.808 | 26.611 | 11.709 | 2.471 | 0.950 | 1.568 | 0.339 | 0.029 | 0.001 | 0.000 |

525 | 673 | 0.880 | 0.000 | 0.023 | 0.559 | 5.993 | 25.349 | 12.103 | 2.804 | 1.104 | 1.644 | 0.384 | 0.036 | 0.001 | 0.000 |

536 | 676 | 0.870 | 0.000 | 0.028 | 0.621 | 6.144 | 24.182 | 12.432 | 3.138 | 1.264 | 1.716 | 0.429 | 0.043 | 0.002 | 0.000 |

546 | 677 | 0.860 | 0.001 | 0.034 | 0.682 | 6.264 | 23.103 | 12.702 | 3.472 | 1.431 | 1.783 | 0.474 | 0.051 | 0.003 | 0.000 |

556 | 678 | 0.850 | 0.001 | 0.039 | 0.741 | 6.357 | 22.102 | 12.921 | 3.804 | 1.604 | 1.848 | 0.519 | 0.060 | 0.003 | 0.000 |

565 | 679 | 0.840 | 0.001 | 0.045 | 0.798 | 6.426 | 21.175 | 13.095 | 4.131 | 1.780 | 1.910 | 0.564 | 0.070 | 0.004 | 0.000 |

574 | 680 | 0.830 | 0.001 | 0.051 | 0.854 | 6.474 | 20.314 | 13.229 | 4.453 | 1.961 | 1.971 | 0.608 | 0.080 | 0.005 | 0.000 |

583 | 681 | 0.820 | 0.001 | 0.058 | 0.906 | 6.502 | 19.514 | 13.328 | 4.768 | 2.144 | 2.030 | 0.651 | 0.090 | 0.006 | 0.000 |

591 | 682 | 0.810 | 0.002 | 0.065 | 0.957 | 6.514 | 18.770 | 13.397 | 5.076 | 2.330 | 2.089 | 0.694 | 0.101 | 0.007 | 0.000 |

593 | 683 | 0.807 | 0.002 | 0.067 | 0.971 | 6.515 | 18.557 | 13.412 | 5.166 | 2.386 | 2.107 | 0.706 | 0.104 | 0.007 | 0.000 |

599 | 683 | 0.800 | 0.002 | 0.071 | 1.004 | 6.511 | 18.077 | 13.438 | 5.375 | 2.518 | 2.148 | 0.736 | 0.112 | 0.008 | 0.000 |

606 | 683 | 0.790 | 0.002 | 0.078 | 1.049 | 6.495 | 17.430 | 13.456 | 5.665 | 2.707 | 2.206 | 0.777 | 0.124 | 0.009 | 0.000 |

610 | 683 | 0.786 | 0.002 | 0.081 | 1.066 | 6.486 | 17.184 | 13.458 | 5.779 | 2.782 | 2.230 | 0.793 | 0.129 | 0.010 | 0.000 |

635 | / | 0.750 | 0.004 | 0.107 | 1.199 | 6.332 | 15.239 | 13.354 | 6.731 | 3.464 | 2.445 | 0.935 | 0.173 | 0.015 | 0.001 |

665 | / | 0.700 | 0.006 | 0.141 | 1.323 | 5.990 | 13.176 | 12.994 | 7.838 | 4.387 | 2.763 | 1.117 | 0.239 | 0.025 | 0.001 |

692 | / | 0.650 | 0.008 | 0.171 | 1.386 | 5.583 | 11.627 | 12.532 | 8.711 | 5.248 | 3.104 | 1.287 | 0.304 | 0.037 | 0.002 |

715 | / | 0.600 | 0.011 | 0.194 | 1.398 | 5.163 | 10.431 | 12.061 | 9.384 | 6.029 | 3.460 | 1.450 | 0.368 | 0.050 | 0.003 |

736 | / | 0.550 | 0.013 | 0.209 | 1.374 | 4.759 | 9.486 | 11.623 | 9.893 | 6.719 | 3.820 | 1.608 | 0.430 | 0.063 | 0.004 |

754 | / | 0.500 | 0.015 | 0.217 | 1.324 | 4.386 | 8.727 | 11.234 | 10.275 | 7.319 | 4.174 | 1.762 | 0.487 | 0.076 | 0.005 |

771 | 683 | 0.4545 | 0.016 | 0.218 | 1.265 | 4.082 | 8.167 | 10.929 | 10.534 | 7.785 | 4.477 | 1.897 | 0.536 | 0.088 | 0.006 |

783 | 687 | 0.400 | 0.017 | 0.213 | 1.185 | 3.752 | 7.608 | 10.611 | 10.771 | 8.267 | 4.822 | 2.055 | 0.591 | 0.101 | 0.008 |

795 | 690 | 0.350 | 0.017 | 0.205 | 1.109 | 3.494 | 7.198 | 10.372 | 10.927 | 8.628 | 5.103 | 2.190 | 0.637 | 0.111 | 0.009 |

805 | 694 | 0.300 | 0.016 | 0.194 | 1.037 | 3.274 | 6.866 | 10.173 | 11.042 | 8.925 | 5.350 | 2.313 | 0.679 | 0.120 | 0.010 |

814 | 699 | 0.250 | 0.016 | 0.183 | 0.971 | 3.091 | 6.600 | 10.012 | 11.127 | 9.164 | 5.561 | 2.422 | 0.716 | 0.128 | 0.010 |

821 | 706 | 0.200 | 0.015 | 0.171 | 0.913 | 2.943 | 6.392 | 9.885 | 11.188 | 9.352 | 5.734 | 2.514 | 0.747 | 0.135 | 0.011 |

826 | 715 | 0.150 | 0.014 | 0.161 | 0.867 | 2.829 | 6.236 | 9.788 | 11.230 | 9.493 | 5.869 | 2.588 | 0.772 | 0.140 | 0.012 |

829 | 724 | 0.100 | 0.013 | 0.153 | 0.833 | 2.749 | 6.127 | 9.721 | 11.258 | 9.591 | 5.966 | 2.642 | 0.791 | 0.144 | 0.012 |

832 | 738 | 0.050 | 0.012 | 0.148 | 0.813 | 2.701 | 6.064 | 9.681 | 11.274 | 9.649 | 6.023 | 2.675 | 0.802 | 0.146 | 0.012 |

833 | 1357 | 0.000 | 0.012 | 0.146 | 0.806 | 2.686 | 6.042 | 9.668 | 11.279 | 9.668 | 6.042 | 2.686 | 0.806 | 0.146 | 0.012 |

The σ denotes σ e corresponding to T e or σ s corresponding to T s .

have discovered that as T s = 650 K and σ s = 0.925 , the concentrations x 9 A u and x 3 C u display the “emergent phenomenon”, which is defined as that their concentrations are larger than ones of the corresponding alloy genes in the disorder state: x 9 A u > x 9 , d i s A u , x 3 C u > x 3 , d i s C u . During this period, there exists “region- scale heterogeneity”: the original early-3(RA-SA) cell regions with more (RA-SA) cells grow into the early-(SPAD-AuCuII) regions, the original middle-(RA-SA) cell regions with less 3(RA-SA) cells grow into the middle-(RA-SA) cell regions with more 3(RA-SA) cells and the original late-AuCuI( ε 0 B ) regions with no (RA-SA) cell grow into the late-(RA-SA) cell regions with less (RA-SA) cells (

iv) When 650 K < T < 683 K and 0.925 > σ > 0.807 (

this period, the middle-(RA-SA) cell regions and late-(RA-SA) cell regions are respectively transferred into the middle- and late-SPAD-AuCuII regions. The new knowledge is “the SPAD-AuCuII alloy containing early-, middle- and late-SPAD-AuCuII regions is a statistic periodic anti-direction structure stacking of incommensurate tetragonal cells containing more A 8 A u and A 4 C u stem alloy genes and anti-direction boundary with (RA-SA) cells containing less A 8 A u and A 4 C u stem alloy genes along b axis.” It has no strict long periodic cell, and may be called as Prigogine’s dissipative structures or chaotic phase [

v) When 683 K ≥ T s and 0.807 ≥ σ s ≥ 0.786 (

The AG-TP method may lead to the AG tracking holographic certification, AG tracking high effectiveness manufacturing and AG tracking safe deployment, as well as AG subequilibrium and unequilibrium kinemics.

The fcc-based lattice Au-Cu system has been studied as a classical paragon with complete order-disorder transition for about one century. However, a equilibrium phase diagram of Au-Cu system in the real sense of the term has not been established, and numerous questions about order-disorder transition have been raised [

The logical thinking in images is a foundation of the logical thinking in mathematics; while it is deepened by the logical thinking in mathematics. A clear and perfect theory can be created by comprehensive application of the two ways of thinking. The SMM science is the framework consisting of the correlated three-level theories. Each level theory is quantitatively described by main equations. We have encountered some difficult mathematical problems during the mathematization process. It has taken a few years or even more than ten years of effort to solve each of the problems, such as the AG separable functions, MAI-AGC potential energy curve function and the AG Gibbs energy transmissive AG-GET function. We have deeply realized that the “mathematization is a heavy storm fortification of establishing SMM science”.

1) Equations in AG separable theory

a) AG additive law

{ q ( x , T , σ ) = ∑ i = 0 I x i A ( x , T , σ ) q i A ( T ) + ∑ i = 0 I x i B ( x , T , σ ) q i B ( T ) q A ( x , T , σ ) = ∑ i = 0 I x i A ( x , T , σ ) q i A ( T ) / x A q B ( x , T , σ ) = ∑ i = 0 I x i B ( x , T , σ ) q i B ( T ) / x B (1-1)

Where, the q denotes AG potential energy (E), volume (v) and other extensive properties, which are the functions of temperature (T) only; the x i A ( x , T , σ ) and x i B ( x , T , σ ) are AG concentrations; which are the functions of the composition (x), temperature (T) and order degree ( σ ); x A and x B denote compositions of the A and B components, respectively.

b) AG separable functions

The potential energies and volumes are the most basic properties of AG sequences. In order to make the Equation (1-1) become the simple, applicable and separable q ( x , T , σ ) function performed by WOP law, three type relations of q i A and q i B with i have been designed [

Type I of linear relation,

{ q i A = q 0 A + ( i / I ) ( q I A − q 0 A ) q i B = q I B + [ ( I − i ) / I ] ( q 0 B − q I B ) (1-2)

Type II of concave parabola relation,

{ q i A = q 0 A + ( q / I ) 2 ( q I A − q 0 A ) q i B = q I B + [ ( I − i ) / I ] 2 ( q 0 B − q I B ) (1-3)

Type III of convex parabola relation,

{ q i A = q 0 A + ( 2 i / I ) ( q I A − q 0 A ) − ( i / I ) 2 ( q I A − q 0 A ) q i B = q I B + [ 2 ( I − i ) / I ] ( q 0 B − q I B ) − [ ( I − i ) / I ] 2 ( q 0 B − q I B ) (1-4)

where, the q denotes AG potential energy or volume; I denotes coordinative number; the q 0 A and q I B denote, respectively, potential energy ε 0 A and ε I B or volume v 0 A and v I B of the primary state alloy genes; the q I A and q 0 B denote, respectively, ε I A and ε 0 B or v I A and v 0 B of the terminal state alloy genes.

By combining Equations (1-2)-(1-4) and substituting them into Equation (1-1), nine q ( x , T , σ ) functions can be obtained. In

c) Choices of E- and V-functions

The 5^{th} E-function in _{3}-type sublattice ordered Au_{(1-x)}Cu_{x} alloys with maximum order degrees calculated by nine E-functions at room temperature [

The 6^{th} V-function in

No. | Type A B | Functions^{ } |
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1 | I I | q ( x , T , σ ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + ∑ i = 0 I ( i I x i A ) ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I ( I − i I x i B ) ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

2 | I II | q ( x , T , σ ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + ∑ i = 0 I ( i I x i A ) ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I [ ( I − i I ) 2 x i B ] ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

3 | I III | q ( x , T , σ ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + ∑ i = 0 I ( i I x i A ) ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I [ 2 I ( I − i ) − ( I − i ) 2 I 2 x i B ] ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

4 | II I | q ( x , T , σ ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + ∑ i = 0 I [ ( i I ) 2 x i A ] ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I ( I − i I x i B ) ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

5 | II II | q ( x , T , σ ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + ∑ i = 0 I [ ( i I ) 2 x i A ] ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I [ ( I − i I ) 2 x i B ] ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

6 | II III | q ( x , T , σ ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + ∑ i = 0 I [ ( i I ) 2 x i A ] ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I [ 2 I ( I − i ) − ( I − i ) 2 I 2 x i B ] ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

7 | III I | q ( x , T , σ ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + ∑ i = 0 I ( 2 I i − i 2 I 2 x i A ) ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I ( I − i I x i B ) ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

8 | III II | q ( x , T , σ ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + ∑ i = 0 I ( 2 I i − i 2 I 2 x i A ) ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I [ ( I − i I ) 2 x i B ] ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

9 | III III | q ( x , T , σ ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + ∑ i = 0 I ( 2 I i − i 2 I 2 x i A ) ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I [ 2 I ( I − i ) − ( I − i ) 2 I 2 x i B ] ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

*: Here, the x i A = x i A ( x , T , σ ) and x i B = x i B ( x , T , σ ) ; q = ε or v; i is the number of B-atoms in the nearest coordinative configuration [ ( I − i ) A + i B ] ; (I-i) is the number of A-atoms in the nearest coordinative configuration [ ( I − i ) A + i B ] ; I is the coordinative number.

No. | Type A B | Functions |
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1 | I I | q ( x , T ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + x A x B ( ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) ) |

2 | I II | q ( x , T ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + x A x B ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + ( I − 1 ) x A 2 x B + x A x B I ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

3 | I III | q ( x , T ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + x A x B ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + ( I − 1 ) x A x B 2 + I x A x B I ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

4 | II I | q ( x , T ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + ( I − 1 ) x A x B 2 + x A x B I ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + x A x B ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

5 | II II | q ( x , T ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + ( I − 1 ) x A x B 2 + x A x B I ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + ( I − 1 ) x A 2 x B + x A x B I ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

6 | II III | q ( x , T ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + ( I − 1 ) x A x B 2 + x A x B I ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + ( I − 1 ) x A 2 x B + I x A x B I ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

7 | III I | q ( x , T ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + ( I − 1 ) x A 2 x B + I x A x B I ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + x A x B ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

8 | III II | q ( x , T ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + ( I − 1 ) x A 2 x B + I x A x B I ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + ( I − 1 ) x A 2 x B + x A x B I ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

9 | III III | q ( x , T ) = x A q 0 A ( T ) + x B q I B ( T ) + ( I − 1 ) x A 2 x B + I x A x B I ( q I A ( T ) − q 0 A ( T ) ) + ( I − 1 ) x A x B 2 + I x A x B I ( q 0 B ( T ) − q I B ( T ) ) |

*: Here, the x A and x B denote compositions of the A and B components; q = ε or v; I is the coordinative number.

excess volumes Δ v e x ( x , T r , σ max ) of the AuCu- and AuCu_{3}-type sublattice ordered Au_{(1−x)}Cu_{x} alloys with maximum order degrees calculated by the nine V-functions at room temperature (

In the Au-Cu system, the correlative function between AG potential energies,

{ ε i A u = ε 0 A u + ( i / I ) 2 ( ε I A u − ε 0 A u ) ε i C u = ε I C u + [ ( I − i ) / I ] 2 ( ε 0 C u − ε I C u ) . (1-5)

The potential energy function of alloys is,

ε ( x , T , σ ) = x A u ε 0 A u ( T ) + x C u ε I C u ( T ) + ∑ i = 0 I [ ( i I ) 2 x i A u ] ( ε I A u ( T ) − ε 0 A u ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I [ ( I − i I ) 2 x i C u ] ( ε 0 C u ( T ) − ε I C u ( T ) ) (1-6)

The correlative function between AG volumes:

{ v i A u = v 0 A u + ( i / I ) 2 ( v I A u − v 0 A u ) v i C u = v I C u + [ 2 ( I − i ) / I ] ( v 0 C u − v I C u ) − [ ( I − i ) / I ] 2 ( v 0 C u − v I C u ) . (1-7)

The volume function of alloys is,

v ( x , T , σ ) = x A u v 0 A u ( T ) + x C u v I C u ( T ) + ∑ i = 0 I [ ( i I ) 2 x i A u ] ( v I A u ( T ) − v 0 A u ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I [ 2 I ( I − i ) − ( I − i ) 2 I 2 x i B ] ( v 0 C u ( T ) − v I C u ( T ) ) (1-8)

where, ε 0 A u = − 3.8140 eV , ε I A u = − 4.0555 eV , ε 0 C u = − 3.6488 eV , ε I C u = − 3.4824 eV ; v 0 A u = 16.9581 ( 10 − 3 nm 3 ) , v I A u = 15.5213 ( 10 − 3 nm 3 ) , v 0 C u = 12.6828 ( 10 − 3 nm 3 ) , v I C u = 11.8124 ( 10 − 3 nm 3 ) , I = 12 . The results calculated by Equations ((1-6) and (1-8)) are in good agreement with experimental values. Their essential features are as follows:

i) The ε i A u decreases with increasing number i of Cu-atoms in the coordinative configuration: ( ε i A u − ε 0 A u ) = ( i / I ) 2 ( ε I A u − ε 0 A u ) .

ii) The ε i C u decreases with increasing number (I-i) of Au-atoms in the coordinative configuration: ( ε i C u − ε I C u ) = [ ( I − i ) / I ] 2 ( ε 0 C u − ε I C u ) .

iii) The v i A u decreases with increasing number i of Cu-atoms in the coordinative configuration: ( v i A u − v 0 A u ) = ( i / I ) 2 ( v I A u − v 0 A u ) .

iv) The v i C u increase with increasing number (I-i) of Au-atoms in the coordinative configuration: ( v i C u − v I C u ) = [ 2 ( I − i ) / I ] ( v 0 C u − v I C u ) − [ ( I − i ) / I ] 2 ( v 0 C u − v I C u ) .

2) Equations of AGC valence bond theory

AGC valence bond theory of AGC theory includes the description of AG valence electron structures ψ and three main functions: MAI-AGC lattice constant equation a ( ψ , r ) with many atoms interaction (MAI), MAI-AGC cohesive energy equation E c ( ψ , r , ε ) and MAI-AGC potential energy curve function W ( ψ , r , ε ) , that have developed Pauling’s, Yu’s and Grigorovvich’s metallic bond theories [

a) Description of AG ψ -sequences

An AG ψ is represented by AGC ψ of corresponding AGC crystal and formed by some basic atom states in the basic atom state φ k sequences [

ψ = ∑ k = 1 n c k φ k (2-1)

In our opinion the metallic bond is a mixed bond containing unsaturated covalent electron bond, free electron bond and magnetic electron bond, except non-valence electrons. The unsaturated covalent electron bond network is formed by covalent electrons ( n c ) of an atom with its neighbors. The number and symmetry of the overlapping hybrid orbitals directly determine the crystalline structure of the AGC crystal. These unsaturated covalent bonds are responsible for the most fraction of cohesive energy of the crystals. The free electron bond consists of near free electrons ( n f ), which uniformly fill the free space of the unsaturated covalent bond network and are responsible for the conductivity and plasticity. The magnetic electron bond consists of magnetic electrons ( n m ) responsible for the magnetism. Both the free electron bond and the magnetic electron bond have small contributions to cohesive energy of the crystal. The non-valence electrons ( n n ) can be treated as the “chemically inert” ion core.

The occupations of electrons in each basic atomic state obey Pauli Exclusion principles. If s k c , p k c and d k c denote respectively the number of the covalent electrons of s, p and d shells in the k basic atomic state; s k f , d k m and d k n denote respectively the numbers of free s electrons, magnetic d electrons and non-valence d electrons, then the state parameters of one-atom state of the AGC crystal can be obtained by the following equations:

{ s c = ∑ k c k s k c , p c = ∑ k c k p k c , d c = ∑ k c k d k c d m = ∑ k c k d k m , s f = n f = ∑ k c k s k f , d n = ∑ k c k d k n n c = s c + p c + d c , n v = n c + n f R ( 1 ) = ∑ k c k R k ( 1 ) , ∑ k c k = 1 . (2-2)

where R k ( 1 ) is the single bond radius which can be obtained by Pauling’s equation slightly modified by the authors.

For Fe-AGC crystal,

{ R k ( 1 ) = ( 0.1481 − 0.04 δ k ) nm δ k = d k c / n v (2-3)

For Au-AGC crystal,

{ R k ( 1 ) = ( 0.1520 − 0.0497 δ k ) nm δ k = d k c / n v (2-4)

For Cu-AGC crystal,

{ R k ( 1 ) = ( 0.1350 − 0.025 δ k ) nm δ k = d k c / n v (2-5)

From the state parameters of the basic state atoms, the characteristic properties (lattice constant, cohesive energy, and atomic magnetic moment) of the relative pseudo-crystal consisting of atoms in each kind of basic atomic state can be calculated by a series of equations presented in the following sections (

b) The MAI lattice constant equation

An AG volume may be described by lattice constant equation a ( ψ , r ) with many atoms interaction (MAI) of corresponding AGC crystal, which is the function of AG valence electron structure ψ and bond length r s . Pauling’s bond length equation should be suitable to the various bond lengths in the AGC crystal [

{ r 1 = 2 R ( 1 ) − β lg ( n 1 ) r 2 = 2 R ( 1 ) − β lg ( n 2 ) ⋮ r s = 2 R ( 1 ) − β lg ( n s ) (2-6)

where r s denotes the length of the s neighboring bond, R ( 1 ) denotes the single bond radius, n s denotes the number of pairs of covalent electrons on the relative bond, β is taken as 0.060 determined by Pauling. From Equation (2-6), the following equations may be derived as

{ n c = ∑ s I s n s n 1 = n c ∑ s I s × 10 ( r 1 − r s ) / β n s = n 1 × 10 ( r 1 − r s ) / β (2-7)

where I s represents the number of the same kind of the s bond. For a AGC crystal, the lattice constant can be expressed by its bond length

a ( ψ , r ) = r s / G s (2-8)

For a crystal with fcc structure, G 1 = 1 / 2 , G 2 = 1 , and G 3 = 6 / 2 .

For a crystal with bcc structure, G 1 = 3 / 2 , G 2 = 1 , and G 3 = 2 .

Combining Equations ((2-7) and (2-8)), we have (in nm)

a ( ψ , r ) = ( 1 / G 1 ) { 2 R ( 1 ) − β lg [ n c / ∑ s I s × 10 ( G 1 − G s ) a / β ] } (2-9)

It has been proved that the a ( ψ , r ) is the convergent transcendental equation; and that there is a certain lattice constant for a pseudo-crystal with known basic atom ψ state. It may be obtained by repeated calculation methods [

c) AGC cohesive energy equation

Considering contributions of bond energies of covalent electrons, near free electrons, and magnetic electrons to cohesive energy of AGC crystal, the MAI-AGC cohesive energy equation E c ( ψ , r , ε ) has been established [

E c ( ψ , r , ε ) = − E ( ψ , r , ε ) = N ( ∑ s ε c , s + ε f + ε m ) (2-10)

where, N is Avogardro’s number.

In the AGC crystal, the bond energy of a kind of bonds should be directly proportional to the number n c , s of covalent electron pairs on each bond and the number I s of the same kind of bonds and inversely proportional to its bond length, i.e.,

ε c , s ∝ ( I s n c , s / r s , 0 ) × f (2-11)

In Pauling’s and Yu’s opinion, the bonding capacities of s, p, d and f orbitals are f s = 1 , f p = 3 , f d = 5 and f f = 7 , respectively. If the number of covalent electrons of s, p, d and f orbitals in the hybrid orbital are respectively s c , p c , d c and f c , the bonding capacity of the hybrid orbital should be

f = α + 3 β + 5 γ + 7 δ (2-12)

where,

{ α = s c / n T v , β = p c / n T v , γ = d c / n T v , δ = f c / n T v n T v = s c + p c + d c + f c + n f + n m (2-13)

In the AGC crystal, there should be free electrons besides the covalent electrons. The free electrons are regarded as distributed through the whole crystal. If the average energy ε f of the free electron bond is assumed directly proportional to the number n f of free electrons and inversely proportional to the effective average band length, i.e.

ε f ∝ ( n f / r ¯ 0 ) × f ′ (2-14)

where r ¯ 0 is the average effective bond lengths of the AGC crystal in equilibrium,

r ⇀ 0 = ∑ s I s r s , 0 ∑ s I s (2-15)

In Yü’s opinion, the bonding capacity of free electrons should be

f ′ = 2 α ′ (2-16)

where,

α ′ = n f / n T v (2-17)

For ferromagnetic AGC crystals, it also may be assumed that the average magnetic coupling energy is directly proportional to the number n_{m} of magnetic electrons,

ε m ∝ B ( n m / r m , 0 ) or ε m ∝ B ′ n m (2-18)

where the B ′ denotes the bonding capacity of the magentic electrons.

Therefore, the MAI cohesive energy equation of AGC crystals may be written as (in KJ/mol) [

E c ( ψ , r 0 , ε ) = A [ ∑ I s n s r s , 0 f + n f r ¯ 0 f ′ + B ′ n m ] (2-19)

Where, the constant may be determined by experimental cohesive energies of primary AGC crystals, i.e., pure elements. The B ′ value may be determined by the experimental specific heat peak due to magnetic transformation of primary AGC crystal.

d) AGC potential energy curve function

Under the condition of homogeneous deformation, various bond lengths may be expressed by the following equations:

{ r s , 0 = R s r 1 , 0 , r s = R s r 1 r m , 0 = R m r 1 , 0 , r m = R m r 1 r ⇀ 0 = ∑ s I s R s r 1 , 0 / ∑ s I s , r ¯ = ∑ s I s R s r 1 / ∑ s I s (2-20)

And their reduced bond lengths are identically equal:

r s , 0 r s = r m , 0 r m = r ¯ 0 r ¯ = r 0 r (2-21)

where, the r 0 and r denote the shortest bond lengths of the AGC crystal in equilibrium and unequilibrium states, respectively.

Therefore, the MAI-AGC potential function with many atoms interaction (MAI) for one molar crystal may be simplified as [

W ( ψ , r , ε ) = E c [ − n ( r 0 r ) x + ( n − 1 ) ( r 0 r ) n x / ( n − 1 ) ] (2-22)

In the equilibrium state, r = r_{0}, the absolute value of molar potential energy is approximately equal to the molar cohesive energy, i.e., W ( ψ , r 0 , ε ) = − E c ( ψ , r 0 , ε ) at 0K. The MAI-AGC potential energy curve function W ( ψ , r , ε ) makes AG theory have solid physical foundation.

e) Equations of elasticities

i) The force constant

Suppose that the MAI-AGC crystal is subjected to a hydrostatic pressure, which produces a small deformation u. The potential function can be written as [^{ }

W ( ψ , ( r 0 + u ) , ε ) = W ( ψ , r 0 , ε ) + ( d W d r ) r = r 0 u + 1 2 ( d 2 W d r 2 ) r = r 0 u 2 + ⋯ (2-23)

According to the principle of mechanics and Debye model, the force constant k and exponents x in MAI-AGC potential energy curve function can be obtained

k = 4 θ 2 k B 2 r 0 2 m / ℏ 2 j 2 (2-24)

x 2 = 4 θ 2 k B 2 r 0 2 m ( n − 1 ) / n ℏ 2 j 2 E c (2-25)

where θ is Debye temperature; k B , Boltzman’s constant; ℏ , Planck’s constant; m, atomic mass; j and n, which are respectively the multiple of the half cutoff wave length and another exponent (n) of the MAI-AGC potential function, which can be obtained from two experimental values of the experimental linear thermal expansion coefficients at two temperatures of primary AGC crystals [

ii) Bulk modulus

Suppose that the crystal is subjected to a hydrostatic pressure, which produces the Hookeian volume change ( V − V 0 ) / V 0 = − ε . Then B, defined by [

B = ( d W / d V ) / [ ( V − V 0 ) / V 0 ] (2-26)

is the bulk modulus of elasticity.

According to W ( ψ , r , ε ) and x 2 functions,

B = 4 θ 2 k B 2 r 0 2 m 9 ℏ 2 V 0 ⋅ 1 j 2 ( 1 − 2 ε ) (2-27)

iii) Young’s modulus, shear modulus and Poisson’s ratio

Suppose that the polycrystal undergoes a very small homogeneous extension along an arbitrary direction such as r 0 . Then, according to the definition of Young’s modulus, we have

Y = ( d W / d V ) / [ 3 ( r − r 0 ) / r 0 ] (2-28)

The factor 1/3 is introduced due to dW/dV being the total differential and Young’s modulus being one-dimensional quantity.

Suppose the extension strain to be ε ′ . Then, we have

ε ′ = ( r − r 0 ) / r 0 , ε ′ ≥ 0 (2-29)

According to W ( ψ , r , ε ) and x 2 functions,

Y = 4 θ 2 k B 2 r 0 2 m 9 ℏ 2 V 0 ⋅ 1 j 2 ( 1 − ε ′ / 2 ) (2-30)

It is well known that there are the relationships among various moduli as follows

{ B = Y / 3 ( 1 − 2 σ ) Y = 2 μ ( 1 + σ ) μ = Y / [ 2 ( 1 + σ ) ] σ = 1 / 2 − 1 / 6 ( 1 − ε ′ / 2 + 2 ε ) (2-31)

where, μ is the shear modulus, σ , the Poisson’s ratio.

f) Equations of specific heats

The specific heat of magnetic AGC crystals includes two ports: the normal specific heat C v n caused by lattice vibration and magnetic specific heat C v m caused by magnetic transformation [

{ C v n = 3 R [ 12 ( T θ i ) 3 ∫ 0 θ i / T y 3 d y e y − 1 − 3 θ i / T e θ i / T − 1 ] C v m = − A ⋅ B ′ ⋅ d m s ( T ) d T θ i = θ 0 × E i ( 0 ) / ( V i ( 0 ) ) ( 2 / 3 ) / E 0 ( 0 ) / ( V 0 ( 0 ) ) ( 2 / 3 ) (2-32)

where R is the gas constant; T is the temperature; θ 0 , E 0 ( 0 ) and V 0 ( 0 ) are Debye temperature, potential energy and volume of primary AGC crystal, respectively.

When T T c ≤ T p T c , the temperature dependence of the atomic magnetic moment m s ( T ) can be expressed by Brillouin function

m s ( T ) m s ( 0 ) = tanh [ ( m s ( T ) m s ( 0 ) ) / ( T T c ) ] (2-33)

where T c is the Curie temperature, and T p is temperature at the experimental specific heat peak.

From this, it may be obtained that

d m s ( T ) d T = m s ( 0 ) tanh [ ( m s ( T ) m s ( 0 ) ) / ( T T c ) ] sech 2 [ ( m s ( T ) m s ( 0 ) ) / ( T T c ) ] T { sech 2 [ ( m s ( T ) m s ( 0 ) ) / ( T T c ) ] − ( T T c ) } (2-34)

When T T c ≥ T p T c , we have chosen the following equation to express the temperature dependence of m s ( T )

m s ( T ) m s ( 0 ) = 1 a + b e ( T / T c − T p / T c ) (2-35)

From this, it may be obtained that

d m s ( T ) d T = − m s ( 0 ) × b e ( T / T c − T p / T c ) T c × [ a + b e ( T / T c − T p / T c ) ] 2 (2-36)

The values of a and b constants can be obtained by the conditions of boundary at T p temperature

{ a = m s ( 0 ) m s ( T ) − b b = − ( d m s d T ) / ( m s 2 ( T ) T c m s ( 0 ) ) (2-37)

g) Equations of thermal expansion

The linear thermal expansion coefficient α ( T ) of magnetic AGC crystals includes two parts: the normal linear thermal expansion coefficient α n ( T ) arisen from inharmonic lattice vibration and the magnetic linear thermal expansion coefficient α m ( T ) arisen from magnetic transformation [

The α n can be obtained by Grüneisen formula

α v ( T ) = C v ( T ) 3 Q [ 1 − K ( U / Q ) ] 2 (2-38)

U ( T ) = ∫ 0 T C v ( T ) d T (2-39)

The constants K and Q have been derived from W ( ψ , r , ε ) function:

K = 2 π θ k B r 0 3 h j ( 2 n − 1 ) m n ( n − 1 ) E c + 1 2 (2-40)

Q = m [ 4 π θ k B r 0 3 h j ] 2 / [ 1 3 [ θ k B r 0 h j ⋅ m E c ⋅ n n − 1 + 1 ] ] (2-41)

Considering influence of magnetic electrons on the bond length, the Equation (2-9) should be modified as

a ( ψ , r ) = ( 1 G 1 ) { 2 R ( 1 ) − β lg [ ( n c + A ′ m s ( T ) ) ( ∑ s I s × 10 ( G 1 − G s ) a / β ) ] } (2-42)

From this equation, the α m ( T ) can be obtained by

α m ( T ) = − G 1 a 293 × β ln 10 × A ′ n c + A m s ( T ) × d m s ( T ) d T (2-43)

where m s ( T ) is given by Equations ((2-33) and (2-35)); the d m s ( T ) d T is given

by Equations ((2-34) and (2-36)). The value of A ′ constant can be obtained from an experimental α m value at a temperature near the Curie point of primary AGC crystals.

The correctness of these equations in this chapter were demonstrated by agreement between theoretical and experimental results of the primary AGC Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Ag, Au crystals, i.e., pure metals [

3) Equations of AGC Gibbs energy

Under the influence of temperature field, AG Gibbs energy G i ( ψ , r , ε , T f , M f , E f , F f ) function may be rewritten simply as the G i ( T ) , which may be split into two parts: the AG temperature-independent potential energy E i ( 0 ) and temperature-dependent generalized vibration/action free energy X i v ( T ) (Equation (3-1)). The AG enthalpy H i ( T ) of each characteristic crystal may be also split into two parts: the AG potential energy E i ( 0 ) and generalized vibration/action energy U v ( T ) (Equation (3-2)). The generalized vibration/action free energy X i v ( T ) includes the generalized vibration energy U i v ( T ) , which include Debye vibration energy U i D ( T ) and attaching vibration energy U i E ( T ) , and generalized vibration/action entropy energy T S i v ( T ) , which include Debye vibration entropy energy T S i D ( T ) and attaching action entropy energy T S i E ( T ) . The generalized vibration/action heat capacity C p , i v ( T ) includes Debye vibration heat capacity C p , i D ( T ) and attaching action heat capacity C p , i E ( T ) . The attaching C p , i E ( T ) includes contributions of electron excitation, energy of formation of holes, variation of potential energy and volume expansion work with temperature, and so on. Therefore, the G i ( T ) is the AG holographic energy function with multi-level thermodynamic properties [

{ G i A u ( T ) = E i A u ( 0 ) + X i A u . v ( T ) G i C u ( T ) = E i c u ( 0 ) + X i C u . v ( T ) (3-1)

{ H i A u ( T ) = E i A u ( 0 ) + U i A u . v ( T ) H i C u ( T ) = E i C u ( 0 ) + U i C u . v ( T ) (3-2)

{ X i A u . v ( T ) = U i A u . v ( T ) − T S i A u . v ( T ) X i C u . v ( T ) = U i C u . v ( T ) − T S i C u . v ( T ) (3-3)

{ X i A u . v ( T ) = X i A u . D ( T ) + X i A u . E ( T ) X i C u . v ( T ) = X i C u . D ( T ) + X i C u . E ( T ) (3-4)

{ X i A u . D ( T ) = U i A u . D ( T ) − T S i A u . D ( T ) X i C u . D ( T ) = U i C u . D ( T ) − T S i C u . D ( T ) (3-5)

{ X i A u . E ( T ) = U i A u . E ( T ) − T S i A u . E ( T ) X i C u . E ( T ) = U i C u . E ( T ) − T S i C u . E ( T ) (3-6)

{ U i A u . v ( T ) = U i A u . D ( T ) + U i A u . E ( T ) U i C u . v ( T ) = U i C u . D ( T ) + U i C u . E ( T ) (3-7)

{ S i A u . v ( T ) = S i A u . D ( T ) + S i A u . E ( T ) S i C u . v ( T ) = S i C u . D ( T ) + S i C u . E ( T ) (3-8)

{ U i A u . D ( T ) = ∫ 0 T C p . i A u . D ( T ) d T U i C u . D ( T ) = ∫ 0 T C p . i C u . D ( T ) d T (3-9)

{ U i A u . E ( T ) = ∫ 0 T C p . i A u . E ( T ) d T U i C u . E ( T ) = ∫ 0 T C p . i C u . E ( T ) d T (3-10)

{ S i A u . D ( T ) = ∫ 0 T C p . i A u . D ( T ) T d T S i C u . D ( T ) = ∫ 0 T C p . i C u . D ( T ) T d T (3-11)

{ S i A u . E ( T ) = ∫ 0 T C p . i A u . E ( T ) T d T S i C u . E ( T ) = ∫ 0 T C p . i C u . E ( T ) T d T (3-12)

{ θ i A u = θ 0 A u × E i A u ( 0 ) / ( V i A u ( 0 ) ) ( 2 / 3 ) / E 0 A u ( 0 ) / ( V 0 A u ( 0 ) ) ( 2 / 3 ) θ i C u = θ I C u × E i C u ( 0 ) / ( V i C u ( 0 ) ) ( 2 / 3 ) / E 12 C u ( 0 ) / ( V 12 C u ( 0 ) ) ( 2 / 3 ) (3-13)

{ C p . i A u . D ( T ) = 9 R ( T θ i A u ) 3 ∫ 0 θ i A u / T e x x 4 ( e x − 1 ) 2 d x C p . i C u . D ( T ) = 9 R ( T θ i C u ) 3 ∫ 0 θ i C u / T e x x 4 ( e x − 1 ) 2 d x (3-14)

{ C p .0 A u . E ( T ) = 1.858993 × 10 − 10 T + 4.222584 × 10 − 6 T 2 C p .12 A u . E ( T ) = 2.763134 × 10 − 4 T + 5.481502 × 10 − 6 T 2 (3-15)

{ C p .12 C u . E ( T ) = 0.00168035 T + 2.826912 × 10 − 6 T 2 C p .0 C u . E ( T ) = 0.00564614 T + 3.632353 × 10 − 6 T 2 (3-16)

where, θ 0 A u = 165 K , θ 12 A u = 175.21 K , θ 12 C u = 343 K , θ 0 C u = 343.07 K .

It should be emphasized that the AG holographic warehouse of fcc-based lattice Au-Cu system has been established only based on experimental enthalpies and volumes of pure Au and Cu metals, as well as AuCu and AuCu_{3} compounds (

4) Equations of AG arranging thermodynamics

The AG arranging phase theory includes the AG arranging thermodynamics, which describes the AG arranging Gibbs energy band structures of alloy genes occupied at the Gibbs energy levels in the Gibbs energy space and thermodynamic properties of alloy phases; the AG arranging crystallography, which describes the AG arranging crystalline structures of alloy genes occupied at the lattice points in the crystalline space and crystalline symmetries of alloy phases; and AG arranging valence bond theory, which describes the AG arranging bond network structures of alloy genes occupied at the lattice points in the crystalline bond network space and physical and mechanical properties of alloy phases. Here, the main equations of the AG arranging thermodynamics are presented only, taking AuCu-type sublattice phase system as an example.

a) Equations chain of AG-GET function

The AG Gibbs energy transmissive AG-GET Ω ( x , T , σ ) function produces alloy phase holographic energy Gibbs energy G ( x , T , σ ) function and configurational entropy S c ( x , T , σ ) function [

Ω ( x , T , σ ) = g ( x i A u ( x , T , σ ) , x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ) × exp [ − G ∗ ( x , T , σ ) / ( k T ) ] (4-1)

G ( x , T , σ ) = − k B T × ln ( Ω ( x , T , σ ) ) = G ∗ ( x , T , σ ) − T S c ( x , T , σ ) (4-2)

S c ( x , T , σ ) = k B ln ( g ( x i A u ( x , T , σ ) , x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ) ) (4-3)

AG arranging characteristic (chemical potential) Gibbs energy G * ( x , T ) function of alloy phases:

G ∗ ( x , T , σ ) = ∑ i = 0 12 ( x i A u ( x , T , σ ) × G i A u ( T ) + x i C u ( x , T , σ ) × G i C u ( T ) ) (4-4)

AG arranging degeneracy function of alloy phases:

g ( x i A u ( x , T , σ ) , x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ) = [ N ∑ i = 0 I ( x i A u ( 1 ) + x i C u ( 1 ) ) ] ! ( ∑ i = 0 I N x i A u ( 1 ) ) ! ( ∑ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 1 ) ) ! × [ N ∑ i = 0 I ( x i A u ( 2 ) + x i C u ( 2 ) ) ] ! ( ∑ i = 0 I N x i A u ( 2 ) ) ! ( ∑ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 2 ) ) ! (4-5)

Concentration equations of the AG A i A u and A i C u at the (1) and (2) sublattice points:

{ x i A u ( x , T , σ ) = x i A u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) + x i A u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) x i C u ( x , T , σ ) = x i C u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) + x i C u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) (4-6)

Concentration equations of the AG A i A u and A i C u occupied at the (1) and (2) sublattice points:

{ x i A u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) = v ( 1 ) P A u ( 1 ) ω i ( 1 ) x i C u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) = v ( 1 ) P C u ( 1 ) ω i ( 1 ) x i A u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) = v ( 2 ) P A u ( 2 ) ω i ( 2 ) x i C u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) = v ( 2 ) P C u ( 2 ) ω i ( 2 ) (4-7)

Probability equations of Au and Cu atoms occupied at (1) and (2) sublattice points:

{ P A u ( 1 ) = x A u + ( 1 − v ( 1 ) ) σ , P C u ( 1 ) = 1 − P A u ( 1 ) = 1 − [ x A u + ( 1 − v ( 1 ) ) σ ] P A u ( 2 ) = x A u − v ( 1 ) σ , P C u ( 2 ) = 1 − P A u ( 2 ) = 1 − ( x A u − v ( 1 ) σ ) . (4-8)

Fractions of the (1) and (2) sublattice points for AuCu-type sublattice phase:

{ v ( 1 ) = N ( 1 ) / N = 1 / 2 v ( 2 ) = N ( 2 ) / N = 1 / 2 (4-9)

Definition of order degree:

σ = P A u ( 1 ) − x A u 1 − v ( 1 ) = P C u ( 2 ) − x C u 1 − v ( 2 ) = x i A u ( 1 ) v ( 1 ) v ( 2 ) ω i ( 1 ) − x A u v ( 2 ) = x i C u ( 2 ) v ( 1 ) v ( 2 ) ω i ( 2 ) − x C u v ( 1 ) (4-10)

The probability ω i ( 1 ) equation of the coordinative cluster [ ( I − i ) Au , i Cu ] surrounding the (1)-sublattice point:

ω i ( 1 ) = ω i ′ ( 2 ) × ω ( i − i ′ ) ( 1 ) = ∑ i ′ = k K [ C 8 i ′ ( P A u ( 2 ) ) ( 8 − i ′ ) ( P C u ( 2 ) ) ( i ′ ) × C 4 ( i − i ′ ) ( P A u ( 1 ) ) [ 4 − ( i − i ′ ) ] ( P C u ( 1 ) ) ( i − i ′ ) ] (4-11)

In the ω i ( 1 ) equation, the probability ω i ′ ( 2 ) of coordinative cluster [ ( 8 − i ′ ) Au , i ′ Cu ] occupied at the (2)-sublattice points, and the probability ω ( i − i ′ ) ( 1 ) of coordinative cluster [ 4 − ( i − i ′ ) Au , ( i − i ′ ) Cu ] occupied at the (1)-sublattice points:

{ ω i ′ ( 2 ) = ∑ i ′ = k K [ C 8 i ′ ( P A u ( 2 ) ) ( 8 − i ′ ) ( P C u ( 2 ) ) ( i ′ ) ] ω ( i − i ′ ) ( 1 ) = ∑ i ′ = k K [ C 4 ( i − i ′ ) ( P A u ( 1 ) ) [ 4 − ( i − i ′ ) ] ( P C u ( 1 ) ) ( i − i ′ ) ] (4-12)

where, the i’ is the number of the Cu atoms occupied at the (2)-sublattice points.

The probability ω i ( 2 ) equation of coordinative cluster [ ( I − i ) Au , i Cu ] surrounding the (2)-sublattice point:

ω i ( 2 ) = ω i ′ ( 1 ) × ω ( i − i ′ ) ( 2 ) = ∑ i ′ = k K [ C 8 i ′ ( P A u ( 1 ) ) ( 8 − i ′ ) ( P C u ( 1 ) ) ( i ′ ) × C 4 ( i − i ′ ) ( P A u ( 2 ) ) [ 4 − ( i − i ′ ) ] ( P C u ( 2 ) ) ( i − i ′ ) ] (4-13)

where, the i’ is the number of the Cu atoms occupied at the (1)-sublattice points

In the ω i ( 2 ) equation, the probability ω i ' ( 1 ) of coordinative cluster [ ( 8 − i ′ ) Au , i ′ Cu ] occupied at the (1)-sublattice points, and the probability ω ( i − i ' ) ( 2 ) of coordinative cluster [ 4 − ( i − i ′ ) Au , ( i − i ′ ) Cu ] occupied at the (2)-sublattice points:

{ ω i ′ ( 1 ) = ∑ i ′ = k K [ C 8 i ′ ( P A u ( 1 ) ) ( 8 − i ′ ) ( P C u ( 1 ) ) ( i ′ ) ] ω ( i − i ′ ) ( 2 ) = ∑ i ′ = k K [ C 4 ( i − i ′ ) ( P A u ( 2 ) ) [ 4 − ( i − i ′ ) ] ( P C u ( 2 ) ) ( i − i ′ ) ] (4-14)

In the Equations ((4-9) to (4-11)), k and K take their values, according to

{ k = 0 , K = i , if i ≤ 4 ; k = i − 4 , K = i , if 4 < i ≤ 8 ; k = i − 4 , K = 8 , if 8 < i ≤ 12. (4-15)

The maximum order degree σ max as function of composition x A u :

For the stoichiometric alloy, due to P A u ( 1 ) = 1 , σ max = 1 ;

For the alloys with x A u < v ( 1 ) , due to P A u ( 2 ) = 0 , σ max ( x ) = x A u v ( 1 ) ;

For the alloys with x A u > v ( 1 ) , due to P A u ( 1 ) = 1 , σ max ( x ) = ( 1 − x A u ) ( 1 − v ( 1 ) ) .

The methods for calculating ω i ( 1 ) and ω i ( 2 ) are listed in

The configurational entropy equations of the alloy and components:

{ S c ( x , T , σ ) = k B ln ( g ( x i A u ( x , T , σ ) , x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ) ) = x A u S A u . c ( x , T , σ ) + x C u S C u . c ( x , T , σ ) S A u . c = − R x A u [ ( ∑ i = 0 I x i A u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ln ( ∑ i = 0 I ( P A u ( 1 ) ω i ( 1 ) ) ) + ( ∑ i = 0 I x i A u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ln ( ∑ i = 0 I ( P A u ( 2 ) ω i ( 2 ) ) ) ] S C u . c = − R x C u [ ( ∑ i = 0 I x i C u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ln ( ∑ i = 0 I ( P C u ( 1 ) ω i ( 1 ) ) ) + ( ∑ i = 0 I x i C u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ln ( ∑ i = 0 I ( P C u ( 2 ) ω i ( 2 ) ) ) ] (4-16)

The mole potential energy equations of the alloy and components:

{ E ( x , T , σ ) = x A u E A u ( x , T , σ ) + x C u E C u ( x , T , σ ) E A u ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x A u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i A u ( x , T , σ ) E i A u ( 0 ) E C u ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x C u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i C u ( x , T , σ ) E i C u ( 0 ) (4-17)

The Debye vibration energy equations of alloy and components:

{ U D ( x , T , σ ) = x A u U A u . D ( x , T , σ ) + x C u X C u . D ( x , T , σ ) U A u . D ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x A u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i A u ( x , T , σ ) ∫ 0 T C p , i A u . D ( T ) d T U C u . D ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x C u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ∫ 0 T C p , i C u . D ( T ) d T (4-18)

The attaching action energy equations of alloy and components:

{ U E ( x , T , σ ) = x A u U A u . E ( x , T , σ ) + x C u X C u . E ( x , T , σ ) U A u . E ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x A u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i A u ( x , T , σ ) ∫ 0 T C p , i A u . E ( T ) d T U C u . E ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x C u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ∫ 0 T C p , i C u . E ( T ) d T (4-19)

i | ω i ′ ( 2 ) | ω ( i − i ′ ) ( 1 ) | |||||
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i ′ | C 8 i ′ | ( P A ( 2 ) ) ( 8 − i ′ ) ( P B ( 2 ) ) ( i ′ ) | ( i − i ′ ) | C 4 ( i − i ′ ) | ( P A ( 1 ) ) [ 4 − ( i − i ′ ) ] ( P B ( 1 ) ) ( i − i ′ ) | ||

0 ≤ i ≤ 4 | 0 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 8 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 0 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 0 |

1 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 8 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 0 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 1 | |

1 | 1 | 8 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 7 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 1 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 0 | |

2 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 8 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 0 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 2 | |

2 | 1 | 8 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 7 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 1 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 1 | |

2 | 2 | 28 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 6 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 2 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 0 | |

3 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 8 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 0 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 3 | |

3 | 1 | 8 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 7 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 1 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 2 | |

3 | 2 | 28 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 6 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 2 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 1 | |

3 | 3 | 56 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 5 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 3 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 0 | |

4 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 8 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 0 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 4 | |

4 | 1 | 8 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 7 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 1 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 3 | |

4 | 2 | 28 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 6 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 2 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 2 | |

4 | 3 | 56 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 5 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 3 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 1 | |

4 | 4 | 70 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 4 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 0 | |

4 < i ≤ 8 | 5 | 1 | 8 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 7 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 1 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 4 |

5 | 2 | 28 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 6 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 2 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 3 | |

5 | 3 | 56 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 5 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 3 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 2 | |

5 | 4 | 70 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 4 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 1 | |

5 | 5 | 56 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 5 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 0 | |

6 | 2 | 28 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 6 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 2 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 4 | |

6 | 3 | 56 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 5 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 3 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 3 | |

6 | 4 | 70 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 4 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 2 | |

6 | 5 | 56 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 5 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 1 | |

6 | 6 | 28 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 6 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 0 | |

7 | 3 | 56 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 5 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 3 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 4 | |

7 | 4 | 70 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 4 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 3 | |

7 | 5 | 56 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 5 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 2 | |

7 | 6 | 28 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 6 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 1 | |

7 | 7 | 8 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 7 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 0 | |

8 | 4 | 70 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 4 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 4 |

8 | 5 | 56 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 5 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 3 | |
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8 | 6 | 28 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 6 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 2 | |

8 | 7 | 8 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 7 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 1 | |

8 | 8 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 8 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 0 | |

8 < i ≤ 12 | 9 | 5 | 56 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 5 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 4 |

9 | 6 | 28 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 6 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 3 | |

9 | 7 | 8 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 7 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 2 | |

9 | 8 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 8 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 1 | |

10 | 6 | 28 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 6 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 4 | |

10 | 7 | 8 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 7 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 3 | |

10 | 8 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 8 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 2 | |

11 | 7 | 8 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 7 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 4 | |

11 | 8 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 8 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 3 | |

12 | 8 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 8 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 4 |

i | ω i ′ ( 2 ) | ω ( i − i ′ ) ( 1 ) | |||||
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i ′ | C 8 i ′ | ( P A ( 1 ) ) ( 8 − i ′ ) ( P B ( 1 ) ) ( i ′ ) | ( i − i ′ ) | C 4 ( i − i ′ ) | ( P A ( 2 ) ) [ 4 − ( i − i ′ ) ] ( P B ( 2 ) ) ( i − i ′ ) | ||

0 ≤ i ≤ 4 | 0 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 8 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 0 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 0 |

1 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 8 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 0 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 1 | |

1 | 1 | 8 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 7 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 1 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 0 | |

2 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 8 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 0 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 2 | |

2 | 1 | 8 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 7 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 1 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 1 | |

2 | 2 | 28 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 6 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 2 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 0 | |

3 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 8 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 0 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 3 | |

3 | 1 | 8 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 7 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 1 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 2 | |

3 | 2 | 28 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 6 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 2 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 1 | |

3 | 3 | 56 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 5 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 3 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 0 | |

4 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 8 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 0 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 4 | |

4 | 1 | 8 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 7 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 1 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 3 | |

4 | 2 | 28 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 6 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 2 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 2 | |

4 | 3 | 56 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 5 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 3 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 1 |

4 | 4 | 70 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 4 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 0 | |
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4 < i ≤ 8 | 5 | 1 | 8 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 7 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 1 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 4 |

5 | 2 | 28 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 6 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 2 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 3 | |

5 | 3 | 56 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 5 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 3 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 2 | |

5 | 4 | 70 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 4 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 1 | |

5 | 5 | 56 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 5 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 0 | |

6 | 2 | 28 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 6 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 2 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 4 | |

6 | 3 | 56 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 5 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 3 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 3 | |

6 | 4 | 70 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 4 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 2 | |

6 | 5 | 56 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 5 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 1 | |

6 | 6 | 28 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 6 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 0 | |

7 | 3 | 56 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 5 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 3 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 4 | |

7 | 4 | 70 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 4 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 3 | |

7 | 5 | 56 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 5 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 2 | |

7 | 6 | 28 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 6 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 1 | |

7 | 7 | 8 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 7 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 0 | |

8 | 4 | 70 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 4 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 4 | |

8 | 5 | 56 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 5 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 3 | |

8 | 6 | 28 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 6 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 2 | |

8 | 7 | 8 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 7 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 1 | |

8 | 8 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 8 | 0 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 4 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 0 | |

8 < i ≤ 12 | 9 | 5 | 56 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 5 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 4 |

9 | 6 | 28 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 6 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 3 | |

9 | 7 | 8 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 7 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 2 | |

9 | 8 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 8 | 1 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 3 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 1 | |

10 | 6 | 28 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 6 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 4 | |

10 | 7 | 8 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 7 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 3 | |

10 | 8 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 8 | 2 | 6 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 2 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 2 | |

11 | 7 | 8 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 7 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 4 | |

11 | 8 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 8 | 3 | 4 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 1 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 3 | |

12 | 8 | 1 | ( P A ( 1 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 1 ) ) 8 | 4 | 1 | ( P A ( 2 ) ) 0 ( P B ( 2 ) ) 4 |

The generalized action energy equations of the alloy and components:

{ U v ( x , T , σ ) = x A u U A u . v ( x , T , σ ) + x C u U C u . v ( x , T , σ ) U A u . v ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x A u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i A u ( x , T , σ ) U i A u . v ( T ) U C u . v ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x C u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i C u ( x , T , σ ) U i C u . v ( T ) (4-20)

The Debye vibration entropy equations of the alloy and components:

{ S D ( x , T , σ ) = x A u S A u . D ( x , T , σ ) + x C u S C u . D ( x , T , σ ) S A u . D ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x A u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i A u ( x , T , σ ) ∫ 0 T C p , i A u . D ( T ) T d T S C u . D ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x C u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ∫ 0 T C p , i C u . D ( T ) T d T (4-21)

The attaching action entropy equations of the alloy and components:

{ S E ( x , T , σ ) = x A u S A u . E ( x , T , σ ) + x C u S C u . E ( x , T , σ ) S A u . E ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x A u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i A u ( x , T , σ ) ∫ 0 T C p , i A u . E ( T ) T d T S C u . E ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x C u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ∫ 0 T C p , i C u . E ( T ) T d T (4-22)

The generalized action entropy equations of the alloy and components:

{ S v ( x , T , σ ) = x A u S A u . v ( x , T , σ ) + x C u S C u . v ( x , T , σ ) S A u . v ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x A u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i A u ( x , T , σ ) S i A u . v ( T ) S C u . v ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x C u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i C u ( x , T , σ ) S i C u . v ( T ) (4-23)

The generalized action free energy equations of the alloy and components:

{ X v ( x , T , σ ) = x A u X A u . v ( x , T , σ ) + x C u X C u . v ( x , T , σ ) X A u . v ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x A u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i A u ( x , T , σ ) X i A u . v ( T ) X C u . v ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x C u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i C u ( x , T , σ ) X i C u . v ( T ) (4-24)

The enthalpy equations of the alloy and components:

{ H ( x , T , σ ) = x A u H A u ( x , T , σ ) + x C u H C u ( x , T , σ ) H A u ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x A u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i A u ( x , T , σ ) ( E i A u ( 0 ) + U i A u . v ( T ) ) H C u ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x C u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ( E i C u ( 0 ) + U i C u . v ( T ) ) (4-25)

The characteristic Gibbs energy equations of the alloy and components:

{ G * ( x , T , σ ) = x A u G * A u ( x , T , σ ) + x C u G * C u ( x , T , σ ) G * A u ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x A u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i A u ( x , T , σ ) G i A u ( T ) G * C u ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x C u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i C u ( x , T , σ ) G i C u ( T ) (4-26)

The Gibbs energy equations of the alloy and components:

{ G ( x , T , σ ) = x A u G A u ( x , T , σ ) + x C u G C u ( x , T , σ ) G A u ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x A u ) ( G * A u ( x , T , σ ) − T S A u . c ( x , T , σ ) ) G C u ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x C u ) ( G * C u ( x , T , σ ) − T S C u . c ( x , T , σ ) ) (4-27)

The mixed heat capacity equations of the alloy:

{ Δ C p m ( x , T , σ ) = Δ C p m . v ( x , T , σ ) + Δ C p m . s ( x , T , σ ) Δ C p m . v ( x , T , σ ) = ∑ i = 0 I x i A u ( x , T , σ ) ( C p , i A u . v ( T ) − C p , 0 A u . v ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ( C p , i C u . v ( T ) − C p , 12 C u . v ( T ) ) Δ C p m . s ( x , T , σ ) = ∑ i = 0 I ∂ x i A u ( x , T , σ ) ∂ σ ⋅ d σ d T ( H i A u ( T ) − H 0 A u ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I ∂ x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ∂ σ ⋅ d σ d T ( H i C u ( T ) − H 12 C u ( T ) ) (4-28)

The activity equations of the components:

{ a A u ( x , T , σ ) = x A u ⋅ exp ( Δ G A u * m ( x , T , σ ) / R T ) a C u ( x , T , σ ) = x C u ⋅ exp ( Δ G C u * m ( x , T , σ ) / R T ) Δ G * A u ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x A u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i A u ( x , T , σ ) ( G i A u ( T ) − G 0 A u ( T ) ) Δ G * C u ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x C u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ( G i C u ( T ) − G I C u ( T ) ) (4-29)

The volume equations of the alloy and components:

{ v ( x , T , σ ) = x A u v A u ( x , T , σ ) + x C u v C u ( x , T , σ ) v A u ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x A u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i A u ( x , T , σ ) v i A u ( T ) v C u ( x , T , σ ) = ( 1 / x C u ) ∑ i = 0 I = 12 x i C u ( x , T , σ ) v i C u ( T ) (4-30)

The mixed volume thermal expansion coefficient equations of the alloy:

{ Δ β m ( x , T , σ ) = Δ β m . v ( x , T , σ ) + Δ β m . s ( x , T , σ ) Δ β m . v ( x , T , σ ) = ∑ i = 0 I x i A u ( x , T , σ ) ( β i A u . v ( T ) − β 0 A u . v ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ( β i C u . v ( T ) − β 12 C u . v ( T ) ) Δ β m . s ( x , T , σ ) = ∑ i = 0 I ( 1 v i A u ( T ) ) ∂ x i A u ( x , T , σ ) ∂ σ ⋅ d σ d T ( v i A u ( T ) − v 0 A u ( T ) ) + ∑ i = 0 I ( 1 v i C u ( T ) ) ∂ x i C u ( x , T , σ ) ∂ σ ⋅ d σ d T ( v i C u ( T ) − v 12 C u ( T ) ) (4-31)

It should be emphasized that the new Ω ( x , T , σ ) -function can be used to describe both long-distance order and short-distance order states of alloy phases; and that, the thermodynamic properties of alloy components need no representatives by the partial molar properties. We have proved that the partial molar properties cannot represent the average properties of the corresponding components [_{3}Cu-, AuCu- and AuCu_{3}-type sublattice systems (Figures 28-30) and the EAHNP and SAHNP phase diagrams of Au-Cu system (_{3} compounds! The composition ranges of long range ordered phases are shown in

b) Choice of configurational entropy functions

In order to understand how to calculate the configurational entropy from the AG-probabilities ( x i A u , x i C u ) occupied at the AG-Gibbs energy levels, we have calculated the S c ( x , T , σ ) EHNP-diagrams of the Au_{3}Cu-, AuCu-, AuCu_{3}-type sublattice systems by Equations ((4-32) to (4-37)), which are shown in Figures 34-36. In our opinion, the AG-probabilities occupied at the AG-Gibbs energy levels in the degeneracy g-function should be degenerated by the constituent atom probabilities occupied at the lattice points for calculating constituent atom arranging entropy, based on following reasons:

i) The AG generalized action entropy S v ( x , T , σ ) has been accounted in the G * ( x , T , σ ) -characteristic Gibbs energy (see Equations (4-16) to (4-27)). Therefore, the configurational entropy S c ( x , T , σ ) arisen from the AG-probabilities occupied at the lattice points should be degenerated by the constituent atom probabilities occupied at the lattice points.

ii) The configurational entropy of each ordered alloy calculated by a degeneracy function can change continually from the configurational entropy in the maximum order degree state to one in the perfectly disordered state.

iii) For binary alloy systems, the S c ( x , T , σ ) should lie in the range:

0 ≤ S c ( x , T , σ ) ≤ 5 . 763 ( J ⋅ mol − 1 ⋅ K − 1 )

where, the upper limit is the value for a perfectly disordered equiatomic Au_{0.5}Cu_{0.5} alloy.

The results show that the AG arranging degeneracy function g ( x , T , σ ) ( 1 ) and entropy function S c ( x , T , σ ) ( 1 ) may be used [

The AG arranging degeneracy function g ( x , T , σ ) ( 1 ) and entropy function S c ( x , T , σ ) ( 1 ) :

g ( x , T , σ ) ( 1 ) = [ N ∑ i = 0 I ( x i A u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) + x i C u ( 1 ) ) ( x , T , σ ) ] ! ( ∑ i = 0 I N x i A u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! ( ∑ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! × [ N ∑ i = 0 I ( x i A u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) + x i C u ( 2 ) ) ( x , T , σ ) ] ! ( ∑ i = 0 I N x i A u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! ( ∑ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! (4-32)

S c ( x , T , σ ) ( 1 ) = k B ln [ N ∑ i = 0 I ( x i A u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) + x i C u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ] ! ( ∑ i = 0 I N x i A u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! ( ∑ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! × [ N ∑ i = 0 I ( x i A u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) + x i C u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ] ! ( ∑ i = 0 I N x i A u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! ( ∑ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! (4-33)

The AG arranging degeneracy function g ( x , T , σ ) ( 2 ) and entropy function S c ( x , T , σ ) ( 2 ) :

g ( x , T , σ ) ( 2 ) = [ N ∑ i = 0 I x i A u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ] ! [ ∑ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ] ! ( ∏ i = 0 I N x i A u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! ( ∏ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! × [ N ∑ i = 0 I x i A u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ] ! [ ∑ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ] ! ( ∏ i = 0 I N x i A u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! ( ∏ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! (4-34)

S c ( x , T , σ ) ( 2 ) = k B ln [ N ∑ i = 0 I x i A u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ] ! [ ∑ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ] ! ( ∏ i = 0 I N x i A u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! ( ∏ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! × [ N ∑ i = 0 I x i A u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ] ! [ ∑ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ] ! ( ∏ i = 0 I N x i A u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! ( ∏ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! (4-35)

The AG arranging degeneracy function g ( x , T , σ ) ( 3 ) and entropy function S c ( x , T , σ ) ( 3 ) :

g ( x , T , σ ) ( 3 ) = [ N ∑ i = 0 I ( x i A u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) + x i C u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ] ! ( ∏ i = 0 I N x i A u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! ( ∏ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! × [ N ∑ i = 0 I ( x i A u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) + x i C u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ] ! ( ∏ i = 0 I N x i A u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! ( ∏ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! (4-36)

S c ( x , T , σ ) ( 3 ) = k B ln [ N ∑ i = 0 I ( x i A u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) + x i C u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ] ! ( ∏ i = 0 I N x i A u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! ( ∏ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 1 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! × [ N ∑ i = 0 I ( x i A u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) + x i C u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ] ! ( ∏ i = 0 I N x i A u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! ( ∏ i = 0 I N x i C u ( 2 ) ( x , T , σ ) ) ! (4-37)

The AHNP-social road is to turn the spiritual wealth of SMM science into the material wealth of advanced alloys. Therefore, the AGSP should add other three goals: We have to “surmount super era theory trap”, before we can start the AGSP. Because that the philosophic thinking mode and theoretical model of the SMM science are different from ones of QMAC electron theory and CALPHAD thermodynamics, specially due to social/interest factor, the SMM science has been inhibited; Achieving shift in social form to the AHNP-social organization, that drives deeper collaboration, vaster open, fuller utilization and fairer share, then provides social relations support for the AGSP; Achieving transformation of the human thinking mode from “reductionism” to the SSP, that drives well-qualified scientists, technicians and management personnel with SSP thinking mode, then provides human resources support for the AGSP.

This research was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (51071181), the Natural Science Foundation of Hunan Province (2013FJ4043), Development and Reform Commission of Hunan Province (No.2016-01), China.

Xie, Y.Q., Li, X.B., Liu, X.B., Peng, H.J. and Nie, Y.Z. (2017) Alloy Gene Sequence Project and System Science Philosophy. Int. J. Communications, Network and System Sciences, 10, 327-401. https://doi.org/10.4236/ijcns.2017.1012019