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Phase transitions in ferroelastic and co-elastic crystals an introduction for mineralogists, material scientists, and physicists by Ekhard K. H. Salje

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [England], New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Ferroelectric crystals.,
  • Phase transformations (Statistical physics),
  • Crystallography.,
  • Elastic waves.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementEkhard K.H. Salje.
SeriesCambridge topics in mineral physics and chemistry ;, 1
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQD933 .S24 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1861181M
ISBN 100521384494
LC Control Number90015037

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The ferroelastic phase transitions in Pb3(PO4)2 and Pb3(P1-xAsxO4)2 are accompanied by large excess specific heats in a wide temperature range above Tc and critical crossover above and below : Ekhard Salje.   Phase transitions in ferroelastic and other crystals with large elastic anomalies (i.e. co-elastic crystals) follow Landau-type behaviour over extended temperature intervals. No or only weak anomalies occur near the transition point and Landau-type behaviour occurs down to the saturation temperature below which the order parameter becomes Cited by: Phase Transitions in Ferroelastic and Co-elastic Crystals (Cambridge Topics in Mineral Physics and Chemistry) by Salje, E.K.H. and a great selection of related .   Many materials used in industry are crystals. These crystals often show anomalies, such as sudden softening or embrittlement at certain temperatures. If controlled, such behavior can be extremely useful, for manufacturing and high-technology applications. This is one of the first books to describe the recently determined physical origins of such behavior, and provides an insight into the Author: E. K. Salje.

  Book Review: Phase transitions in ferroelastic and co-elastic crystals. E.K.H. Salje, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge , pp. + Appendix + Index, hardback, price £50 (US$), ISBN 0 Cited by: 1.   Landau-type theories describe the observed behaviour of phase transitions in ferroelastic and co-elastic minerals and materials with a high degree of accuracy. In this review, the derivation of the Landau potential G = ½AθS [coth(θS/T) − coth(θS/TC)]Q2 + ¼BQ4 + is derived as a solution of the general ϕ4 model. The coupling between the order parameter and spontaneous strain of a. Preface; 1. Introduction and some definitions; 2. Ferroelastic and co-elastic phase transitions; 3. The Landau potential; 4. The spontaneous strain; 5. Coupling between the spontaneous strain and the order parameter; 6. Macroscopic classification of ferroic and co-elastic crystals; 7. Ferroelastic and co-elastic twin structures; 8. Phase transitions in ferroelastic and co-elastic crystals: an introduction for mineralogists, material scientists, and physicists.

Book Review: Phase transitions in ferroelastic and co-elastic crystals. E.K.H. Salje. Cambridge topics in Mineral Physics and Chemistry, Vol. 1. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, , pp., hardcover, £ (ISBN ) Abstract Not Available Bibtex entry for this abstract Preferred format for this abstract (see. Phase Transitions in Ferroelastic and Co-elastic Crystals 作者: Salje, E.K.H. 出版社: Cambridge Univ Pr 出版年: 页数: 定价: $ 装帧: Pap ISBN:   Ultrasonic studies of the temperature behavior of the velocity and damping of sound for the xx and zz longitudinal and yx and zx transverse waves in K3Na(CrO4)2 have been carried out in the temperature interval – K, which includes the region of the ferroelastic phase transition. The acoustic parameters for both shear and longitudinal waves were found to have anomalies in the Cited by: 2.   Abstract This article reviews at an introductory level the main concepts used in the description of ferroelasticity and other related properties of crystals, viz. ferrobielasticity, ferroelastoelectricity, ferromagnetoelasticity, ferrotrielasticity, and ferrogyrotropy. The symmetry and phase-transition aspects of these properties are emphasized; these aspects also form the basis for Cited by: