Temperature and Pressure Effect on the Raman Frequencies Calculated from the Crystal Volume in the gamma-Phase of Solid Nitrogen

2015-09-01
The temperature and pressure dependences of the Raman frequencies of the lattice modes (E-g and B-1g modes) and of an internal mode (2331 cm(-1)) are predicted using the observed molar volume data from the literature in the gamma-phase of solid N-2. This calculation is carried out by means of the mode Gruneisen parameter of each Raman mode in the gamma-phase of solid nitrogen. Our results show that the predicted Raman frequencies of the E-g mode increase as the pressure increases. The Raman frequencies of the other lattice mode (B-1g) and the internal mode (2331 cm(-1)) decrease with increasing pressure due to their negative Gruneisen parameters in the gamma-phase of solid N-2. The temperature effect on the Raman frequencies is negligibly small.
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Citation Formats
H. H. Yurtseven, “Temperature and Pressure Effect on the Raman Frequencies Calculated from the Crystal Volume in the gamma-Phase of Solid Nitrogen,” JOURNAL OF APPLIED SPECTROSCOPY, pp. 700–704, 2015, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/36260.