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By L.P. GOR'KOV and G. GRÜNER (Eds.)

The newest addition to this sequence covers a box that is ordinarily often called cost density wave dynamics. the main completely investigated fabrics are inorganic linear chain compounds with hugely anisotropic digital homes. the amount opens with an exam in their structural homes and the fundamental positive factors which permit cost density waves to improve. The behaviour of the cost density waves, the place fascinating phenomena are saw, is handled either from a theoretical and an experimental viewpoint. The function of impurities in statics and dynamics is taken into account and an exam of the potential position of solitons in incommensurate cost density wave platforms is given. a couple of how you can describe cost density waves theoretically, utilizing machine simulations in addition to microscopical versions, are awarded through a clearly foreign board of authors

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Charge Density Waves in Solids

The most recent addition to this sequence covers a box that is regularly often called cost density wave dynamics. the main completely investigated fabrics are inorganic linear chain compounds with hugely anisotropic digital homes. the quantity opens with an exam in their structural homes and the basic gains which enable cost density waves to advance.

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Nb6Se2oBr6 (Meerschaut et al. 1986) with a nice wave structure (fig. 28), and Nb 4 Sei 6 Br 2 (Meerschaut et al. 1987), appear then to derive from a partial condensation of these bipyramids in (Nb3Se8) and (Nb 4 Se i2 ) groups separated by the halogen-bonded niobium atoms. The same bipyramids are found isolated in NbS 2 Cl 2 (Rijnsdorp et al. 1969) or Nb 2 Se 9 (Meerschaut et al. 1979) where they are separated by chlorine atoms or by a (Se5) group. On the other hand, they give rise to an infinite condensation in VS 4 where the (MX 4) chains are isolated or in (MSe4)„I where they are separated by halogen atoms (fig.

1978, Boswell and Prodan 1980). 352fr*, 0c*). When heating the samples qi spots progressively decrease in intensity and disappear at 340 K which means that qx distortion is related to the transition observed in resistivity measurements. The origin of q2 is not clear. Anyway the doublet is probably related to different transitions. The thermally activated conductivity (Haen et al. 44 eV), could be changed into a metallic behavior when applying a pressure in order to suppress the Nb-Nb alternation of bonds along the chain.

The main difference with other MX 3 compounds is that along the chains one finds successively [MX 6 ] octahedra and trigonal prisms. Such a complicated building may explain the bad crystallization of these materials. 2. Pentachalcogenides: a bridged MX3 structure This class of chalcogenides is represented by HfTe 5 (Brattas and Kjekshus 1971) and ZrTe 5 (Furuseth et al. 1973) obtained by Kjekshus et al. from direct combination of the elements in evacuated silica tubes at temperatures Fig. 18. Structural type of pentatellurides.

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