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Deformation of Silver Lattice by Interstitial Boron and Fluorine Impurities
The insertion of interstitial impurities in a host lattice causes local deformations of the lattice. The
purpose of this case study is the comparison of such deformations caused by boron and fluorine
impurities in a silver lattice.
The resulting displays show very clearly that in both cases, the impurity pushes the nearest neighbor Ag atoms away.
The distortions are significantly more pronounced for the F impurity than for B, as can be monitored by the distance between two Ag atoms adjacent to the impurity.