Analysis of the raman frequency shifts for the lattice modes and vibrons related to the thermodynamic quantities in the? phase of solid nitrogen
High Temperature Materials and Processes
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The thermodynamic quantities of the isothermal compressibility, thermal expansion and the specific heat are calculated here as a function of pressure by using the observed Raman frequencies of the lattice modes and vibrons in the ? phase of solid nitrogen. The Pippard relations and their spectroscopic modifications are constructed, and the slope dP/dT is deduced from the Raman frequency shifts in this phase of N2. It is shown that the thermodynamic quantities can be predicted from the Raman frequency shifts, in particular, in the ? phase of solid nitrogen.
Function of pressure
Raman frequency shifts
Frequency shift keying
Solid state physics
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/htmp-2012-0155
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