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The frequencies of these modes are largely determined by the c* shear modulus, as it is the smallest elastic constant in the system by nearly an order of magnitude. Resonances containing information about the longitudinal modulus occur above 1MHz, where the high density of states is beyond our present modeling capability, and reliable identification of mode type is not possible. 1. Resonance frequencies for single-crystal AuZn as a function of temperature. The open circles show the cooling curves while the filled circles represent the warming curves.

58, 639 (1987). 27 2 ELASTIC AND THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF SINGLE-CRYSTAL AuZn NEAR THE MARTENSITIC TRANSITION How should we recognize a martensitic transformation if it bumped into us on a dark & austy night ? – P. C. 6 K to T ≈ 100 K is presented in this chapter. Elasticity and specific-heat measurements were made on single-crystal samples using resonant ultrasound spectroscopy (RUS) and semi-adiabatic calorimetry, respectively. 38 mJ mol-1 K-1 and low-temperature limiting Debye temperature (ΘD) 219 K.

The CDW has been observed in quasi one-dimensional systems and transition metal dichalcogenides. 6. In the one dimensional model, a commensurate structure (a) is defined by the atomic positions being related to the underlying potential by a rational number, and in the incommensurate structure (b) the two are related by an irrational number. The change from one structure to another shows up in the specific heat data and it gives rise to disorder in the crystal. From a structural property standpoint, this disorder is connected to changes in the physical properties such as lattice parameter, elastic properties, and thermal expansion.

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