Damping constant and the inverse relaxation time calculated as a function of pressure using the X-ray diffraction data close to the cubic-tetragonal phase transition in SrTiO3

2019-10-01
The damping constant is calculated as a function of pressure at room temperature using the normalized intensity as an order parameter near the cubic-tetragonal phase transition in SrTiO3. The observed X-ray diffraction data are used for the normalized intensities to calculate the damping constant () from the pseudospin-phonon (PS) coupled model and the energy fluctuation (EF) model, which is fitted to the observed FWHM data from the literature for comparison. Using the calculated values, the pressure dependence of the inverse relaxation time () is predicted close to the cubic-tetragonal phase transition in SrTiO3. Our calculated damping constant from both models explains the observed FWHM satisfactorily and our prediction of the inverse relaxation time can also be compared with the experimental measurements when they are available in the literature.
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H. H. Yurtseven and A. Kiraci, “Damping constant and the inverse relaxation time calculated as a function of pressure using the X-ray diffraction data close to the cubic-tetragonal phase transition in SrTiO3,” FERROELECTRICS, vol. 551, no. 1, pp. 143–151, 2019, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/56698.