Raman Frequencies calculated as a function of pressure for the rotatory lattice mode in ammonia solid II near the melting point

2004-04-01
This study gives our calculations for the Raman frequencies of the rotatory lattice mode in ammonia solid II near the melting point. The Raman frequencies of this mode are calculated as a function of the pressure using the volume data for the fixed temperatures of 230.4 K, 263.4 K, and 297.5 K by means of our Gruneisen relation. Our calculated frequencies can be examined experimentally when the Raman measurements are performed at various pressures for the constant temperatures considered.
CHINESE JOURNAL OF PHYSICS

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Citation Formats
H. H. Yurtseven, “Raman Frequencies calculated as a function of pressure for the rotatory lattice mode in ammonia solid II near the melting point,” CHINESE JOURNAL OF PHYSICS, pp. 209–217, 2004, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/55282.