NaCl型構造を持つ希土類リン化物の圧力誘起相転移 [in Japanese] Structural Phase Transitions of Rare Earth Monophosphides with NaCl-Type Structure under High Pressures [in Japanese]
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Rare earth monophosphides REP (RE=La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Sm, Gd, Tb, Tm and Yb) crystallize in a NaCl-type structure at ambient pressure. Using synchrotron radiation X-ray diffractions of REP have been studied up to about 60 GPa at room temperature. All phosphides are found to undergo structural phase transitions at high pressures. The high pressure phases of LaP, PrP and NdP can be assigned to be a tetragonal structure, which can be seen as the distorted CsCl-type structure. The pressure-induced phase transitions of SmP, GdP, TbP, TmP and YbP occur at around 35, 40, 38, 53 and 51 GPa, respectively. The structure of the high pressure phases is unknown. X-ray diffraction patterns of the compounds with many f-elecrons become more complex at high pressure. It is expected that 4f-electrons in rare earth atoms influence the structure of the high pressure phases.
X-RAYS 41(2), 146-151, 1999-04-28
The Crystallographic Society of Japan