Sarode, PR and Ramasesha, S and Madhusudan, WH and Rao, CNR (1979) Relation between effective atomic charge and chemical shifts in X-ray absorption spectra of transition-metal compounds. In: Journal of Physics C: Solid State Physics, 12 (12). pp. 2439-2445.
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Chemical shifts of K absorption discontinuities, Delta E, of several manganese, iron and cobalt oxides with the metal in the formal oxidation states between +2 and +4, have been measured. These data, together with data in the literature on other compounds of these metals, can be fitted into the expression Delta E=aq+bq2, where q is the effective atomic charge on the metal. Theoretical considerations also support this functional relationship between Delta E and q.
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