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Title: Low temperature phase transition in ZnSe doped with nickel
Authors: Sokolov, V. I.
Dubinin, S. F.
Teploukhov, S. G.
Parkhomenko, V. D.
Lonchakov, A. T.
Gudkov, V. V.
Tkach, A. V.
Zhevstovskikh, I. V.
Gruzdev, N. B.
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Elsevier BV
Abstract: The discovery of a low temperature structural transition in an ionic covalent crystal with a high degree of covalency was discussed. The structural transitions were found to be induced by a three dimensional impurity of an extremely low concentration. Experiments on elastic scattering of thermal neutrons were performed at a multi-detector diffractometer meant for single crystals. It was found that effective monochromatization of the initial beam and the optimum choice of the neutron's wavelength made it possible to suppress a multiple harmonic effect, improving the method sensitivity.
Keywords: C. IMPURITIES IN SEMICONDUCTORS
D. HEAT CONDUCTION
D. PHASE TRANSITION
E. NEUTRON SCATTERING
E. ULTRASONICS
IMPURITIES
LOW TEMPERATURE EFFECTS
MAGNETIZATION
NEUTRON DIFFRACTION
NEUTRON SCATTERING
NICKEL
PHASE TRANSITIONS
RAMAN SCATTERING
THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
ULTRASONICS
OPTICAL EMISSIONS
STRUCTURAL TRANSITIONS
SOLID STATE PHYSICS
ISSN: 0038-1098
DOI: 10.1016/j.ssc.2003.11.031
SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-0346154855
metadata.dc.description.sponsorship: 40.012.1.1.1150, 639.2003.2
The authors are grateful to V.N. Fleurov and S. Flach for discussion of the experimental results, to J.-C. Rouchaud, V.V. Fedorenko, V.A. Sazonova and S.N. Shamin for the help in certification and preparation of the samples. The study was partly supported by the MIS and T of the Russian Federation (contract No.40.012.1.1.1150) and by the Programm of the President of the Russian Federation for support of leading scientific schools (Grant No.639.2003.2).
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