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|Series||Turun Yliopiston Julkaisuja. Annales Universitatis Turkuensis. Sarja-Series A. I: Astronomica-Chemica-Physica-Mathematica, 121|
|LC Classifications||AS262 .T83A29 no. 121|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||79434731|
NaF was found to transform from its initial B1 (NaCl-type) to the B2 (CsCl-type) structure at 27 ± 1GPa on the ruby fluorescence scale with a volume change at the transition of −%. It has been generally believed that some external physical porperties, e.g. volume, enthalpy, and entropy, etc. change discontinuously at first order phase transition temperatures, since Ehrenfest’s proposition. However, the deviation from this proposition was often found in many crystals. As the progress of experimental methods and the accuracy develop the number of crystals that Author: J. Kobayashi. QUANTUM MECHANICS OF SEMICONDUCTOR QUANTUM DOTS AND RINGS 1 I. FILIKHIN, S.G. MATINYAN AND B. VLAHOVIC North Carolina Central University, Fayetteville St. Durham, NC , USA We consider the several phenomena which Cited by: 3. RAPID COMMUNICATIONS PHYSICAL REVIEW B 92, (R) () Pressure-induced quantum phase transitions in a YbB 6 single crystal Yazhou Zhou, 1Dae-Jeong Kim, 2Priscila Ferrari Silveira Rosa, Qi Wu, 1Jing Guo, Shan Zhang,1 Zhe Wang,1 Defen Kang, Wei Yi, 1 Yanchun Li, 3Xiaodong Li, Jing Liu,3 Peiquan Duan, 4Ming Zi,4 Xiangjun Wei,4 Zheng Jiang, Yuying Huang, Yi-feng Yang, .
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