Binary Lanthanide Oxides by W. Suski, T. Palewski (auth.), H.P.J. Wijn (eds.)

By W. Suski, T. Palewski (auth.), H.P.J. Wijn (eds.)

In subvolume 27C1 magnetic and similar houses of binary lanthanide oxides were compiled. This subvolume covers information bought on account that 1980 and will for that reason be considered as complement to quantity III/12c. whereas within the past quantity the vast majority of magnetic facts used to be received both from magnetometric measurements or from neutron diffraction, for the current information the most emphasis is dedicated to "related" homes with out which, even though, the knowledge of classical magnetic houses is very unlikely. A moment half 27C2 will take care of binary oxides of the actinide elements.

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3 nm) [82KKRR]. This spectrum is well reproduced (full line) using the parameters given in the original paper. The collapse of the lattice parameter is observed but no other effect is detected, particularly σT (damping factor) is the same as for SmS indicating that the softening of optical modes observed for IV systems does not influence the EXAFS σT. The possible existence of two distances Sm3+-S(O) and Sm2+-S(O) which should produce a strong diminution of the EXAFS amplitude near 300 eV is ruled out.

P. 4 Figures and tables 39 Fig. 19. c. 7 GPa at RT [88KSSW]. The solid lines are the results of least-squares fits of a superposition of four subspectra to the data. Each spectrum represents the sum of a Lorentzian and an arctan function convoluted by a Gaussian spectrometer function. The two intense components A and B as well as the weaker component D are given by dashed, long-dashed and dot-dashed lines, respectively. The position of an additional weak component C is indicated by a vertical bar.

Fig. 37. c. Dielectric functions (ε = ε1 − iε2) obtained from the reflectivity spectrum (see Fig. 33) for a stoichiometric single crystal in the high-energy photon range at 300 K [87MW]. ) near the lowest-energy interband transition with the spin-orbit splitting of the empty 4f1 state indicated. 2 eV and agrees fairly with the value from the band structure calculation [83KBW]. La n d o l t - B ö r n s t e i n New Series III/27C1 45 Fig. 35. c. The reflectivity spectra in the photon energy region from 100 to 115 eV at RT [87MFKS].

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