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Impulsive stimulated scattering study of surface acoustic waves in metal and semiconductor crystals under high pressure
Author(s): Masashi Yamaguchi; Liang Zhao; Eric L. Chronister; Bruce J. Baer
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Paper Abstract

Impulsive stimulated scattering (ISS) has been used to obtain the orientation dependence of the velocity of the surface acoustic waves (SAW) on single crystal metal and semiconductor surfaces. The ISS data is presented for mechanically polished (001) plane of nickel and germanium, and (111) of aluminum at ambient pressure. The orientationally dependent ISS results for Ni (100) are compared with the results of Brillouin scattering measurement as well as calculation results. Finally, the results of high pressure ISS experiments are presented for the SAW on polycrystalline aluminum.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 November 2002
PDF: 5 pages
Proc. SPIE 4812, Nonlinear Spectroscopy, (1 November 2002); doi: 10.1117/12.451373
Show Author Affiliations
Masashi Yamaguchi, Univ. of California/Riverside (United States)
Liang Zhao, Univ. of California/Riverside (United States)
Eric L. Chronister, Univ. of California/Riverside (United States)
Bruce J. Baer, Lawrence Livermore National Lab. (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4812:
Nonlinear Spectroscopy
David L. Andrews, Editor(s)

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