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Title: First-Order Phase Transition in a New CaCu5-Related Antimonide, CePt5Sb
Authors: Salamakha, L
Bauer, E
Michor, H
Hilscher, G
Muller, H
Svagera, R
Sologub, O
Rogl, P
Hester, J
Roisnel, T
Giester, G
Mudryi, S
Keywords: X-ray Diffraction
Neutron Diffraction
Magnetism
Rare Earth
Antimonides
Electric Conductivity
Issue Date: 13-Sep-2011
Publisher: American Chemical Society
Citation: Salamakha, L., Bauer, E., Michor, H., Hilscher, G., Muller, H., Svagera, R., Sologub, O., Rogl, P., Hester, J., Roisnel, T., Giester, G., Mudryi, S. (2011). First-Order Phase Transition in a New CaCu(5)-Related Antimonide, CePt(5)Sb. Chemistry of Materials, 23(17), 4016-4024.
Abstract: A new CaCu(5) related antimonide, CePt(5)Sb, has been identified. This ternary compound undergoes a structural phase transition at about 80 K according to room- and low-temperature X-ray and neutron diffraction, and measurements of electrical resistivity, specific heat and magnetism. The room temperature phase forms a new rhombohedral structure, space group R (3) over bar, a = 0.53535(2) nm, c = 3.10814(12) nm and consists of alternating blocks of CaCu(5)- and MnCu(2)Al-type fragments that extend along the c-axis. The low-temperature phase is monoclinic, space group Cm, a = 0.91821(5) nm, b = 0.53696(1) nm, c = 1.08064(6) nm, beta = 107.40(1)degrees. The unit cells of both structures (orthohexagonal and monoclinic) are geometrically related via the transformation matrix a' = -b', b' = -a, c'=1/3b - 1/3c. Bulk properties elucidate the phase transition being of first-order and evidence Kondo interactions at low temperatures. © 2011, American Chemical Society
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm201584f
http://apo.ansto.gov.au/dspace/handle/10238/3951
ISSN: 0897-4756
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