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Pressure-induced amorphization of quasibinary : The role of vacancies
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10.1063/1.2752016
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(Color online) Pressure-induced changes of the XRD pattern of (left) and (right) upon compression. The peaks marked by “” (on some of the spectra) are the corresponding peaks of the NaCl marker. The pressures are shown at the right side of each plot.

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(Color online) Variations of XAFS spectra of cubic at room temperature (upper left) and at (lower left) upon compression and decompression as well as the corresponding changes in the Ge–Te bond lengths (right-hand panels). Closed and open symbols refer to the bond length changes upon compression and decompression, respectively. The vertical lines depict the error bars for the bond length determination. Triangles correspond to the results of the transmission measurements Ge edge EXAFS using a large multianvil press.13

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(Color online) Comparison of XANES spectra for the crystalline and amorphous phases obtained by pulsed laser irradiation (left) and compression (right).

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Scitation: Pressure-induced amorphization of quasibinary GeTe–Sb2Te3: The role of vacancies
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/91/2/10.1063/1.2752016
10.1063/1.2752016
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