An investigation of the structural dynamics in the fast ionic conductor Cu2-δSe using neutron scattering
Australian Institute of Physics
A neutron scattering study with energy analysis was performed on polycrystalline Cu2-δSe samples. Experiments show that the diffuse scattering in the super-ionic α-Cu2-δSe phase is mainly inelastic and most probably comes from correlated thermal displacements of the ions.
Chalcogenides, Coherent scattering, Copper compounds, Diffraction, Reflection, Scattering, Selenides, Selenium, Temperature range, Transition element compounds
Danilkin, S. A. & Bickulova, N. N. (2007). An investigation of the structural dynamics in the fast ionic conductor Cu2-δSe using neutron scattering. Paper presented at 31st Annual Condensed Matter and Materials Meeting, 6-9 February 2007 Wagga Wagga. Retrieved from https://www.physics.org.au/wp-content/uploads/cmm/2007/cmm071.pdf