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Title: Perovskites ABX3 under pressure: transition to post-perovskite CaIrO3 type and other scenarios
Authors: Avdeev, M
Yakovlev, SO
Keywords: Crystal structure
Perovskites
X-ray diifraction
Stoichiometry
Pressure range mega pa 10-100
Vacancies
Issue Date: 1-Aug-2008
Publisher: International Union of Crystallography
Citation: Avdeev, M., & Yakovlev, S. (2008). Perovskites ABX3 under pressure: transition to post-perovskite CaIrO3 type and other scenarios. Paper presented at XXI IUCr Congress Osaka, Japan, 23-31 August 2008. In Acta Crystallographica Section A Foundations and Advances, 64(a1), C75. doi:10.1107/S0108767308097614
Abstract: Recently we have performed a systematic quantitative analysis of crystal structure distortion for ~1300 ABX3 perovskites in terms of Ato B-site polyhedra volume ratios VA/VB [1]. The analysis identified a number of compositions close to the boundary of perovskite type stability which we have studied experimentally by in situ high pressure synchrotron X-ray powder diffraction. Here we will present the results of these experiments for several materials studied under pressure for the first time and will discuss our theoretical and experimental findings focusing on the following aspects of perovskite (pv) and post-perovskite CaIrO3 (ppv) structure types: (1) interplay between geometry and symmetry in distorted perovskites (is there any intermediate phase between pv and ppv?); (2) topological and geometrical constraints for ABX3 stoichiometry (what might be the structure of hypothetical structure types denser than ppv?); and (3) the effect of vacancies in ABX3 and pressure-induced amorphization as an alternative to pv-ppv transition. © International Union of Crystallography
URI: https://doi.org/10.1107/S0108767308097614
https://apo.ansto.gov.au/dspace/handle/10238/11489
ISSN: 2053-2733
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