Acta Cryst. (2013). B69, 563-569 [ doi:10.1107/S2052519213025268 ]
Abstract: The cationic radii of metals are derived from the compressibility of solids assuming that extreme compression of metals leads to direct contacts between cations (= atomic cores). In an extremely compressed binary compound the heteronuclear separations are equal to the sum of the cationic radius of the metal and the covalent radius of the nonmetal.
Keywords: high pressures; cationic radii; equations of state; compressed solids.
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