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Jahn-Teller type structural phase transition for dysprosium-potassium double tungstate
Author(s): Mieczyslaw Tadeusz Borowiec; A. Jedrzejczak; A. Nabialek; S. Piechota; Henryk Szymczak; Miroslaw Zaleski; V. P. Dyakonov; V. Markovich; A. Prokhorov; A. A. Pavlyuk
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Paper Abstract

The low temperature phase transitions in the KDy(WO4)2 single crystal have been studied by ESR and specific heat C(T) methods. Both the broad maximum of C(T) with peak at Tc equals 6.38 K and (lambda) -shaped temperature dependence of the ESR line width (Delta) H(T) in the vicinity of the transition may be explained as being due to the structural phase transition. The analysis of C(T) and (Delta) H(T) dependences show that the second order structural phase transition observed at Tc equals 6.38 K is the transition of Jahn-Teller type and does not occur with a change of point symmetry. The phase transition observed at about 0.6 K for heat capacity is connected with magnetic order of dysprosium ions.

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Date Published: 14 July 1997
PDF: 3 pages
Proc. SPIE 3178, Solid State Crystals: Growth and Characterization, (14 July 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.280750
Show Author Affiliations
Mieczyslaw Tadeusz Borowiec, Institute of Physics (Poland)
A. Jedrzejczak, Institute of Physics (Poland)
A. Nabialek, Institute of Physics (Poland)
S. Piechota, Institute of Physics (Poland)
Henryk Szymczak, Institute of Physics (Poland)
Miroslaw Zaleski, Institute of Physics (Poland)
V. P. Dyakonov, Institute of Physics (Ukraine)
V. Markovich, Institute of Physics (Ukraine)
A. Prokhorov, Institute of Physics (Ukraine)
A. A. Pavlyuk, Institute of Physics (Russia)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3178:
Solid State Crystals: Growth and Characterization
Jozef Zmija; Andrzej Majchrowski; Jaroslaw Rutkowski; Jerzy Zielinski, Editor(s)

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