Metals and Inorganic Sections
The present volurne continues the aim of Structure Reports to present critical accounts of all crystallographic structure detenninations. Details of the arrangement in the volumes, symbols used etc. are given in previous volumes (e.g. 41B or 42A, pages vi-viii). University of British Columbia J. TROTTER Vancouver, Canada 30 June 1981 [VI] STRUCTURE REPORTS SECTION I METALS Edited by L. D. Calvert (National Research Council of Canada) with the assistance of 1. K. Byron  2 ARRANGEMENT As in previous volumes the arrangement in the Metals section is approximately, but not strictly, alphabetical, and to find particular substances the subject index or formula index should be used. 3 ALUMINUM BERYLLIUM BORON Al~1.lB22Be~0.8 I. HIGASHI, 1980. J. Solid State ehern., ~, 201-212. Tetragonal, P43212, a = 10.168, c = 14.262 Ä, c/a = 1.40, Dm = 2.5, Z = 8. Mo radi ation, R = 0.055 for 2253 reflexions, diffractometer data. 31 site-sets are given. Four crysta1s were studied.