Duffy, TS and Shen, G and Heinz, DL and Mao, Y and Hemely, RJ and Singh, AK (1999) Lattice strains in gold and rhenium under non-hydrostatic compression to 37 GPa. Physics Review B, 60 (22). pp. 15063-15073.Full text not available from this repository.
Using energy-dispersive x-ray diffraction techniques together with the theory describing lattice strains under nonhydrostatic compression, the behavior of a layered sample of gold and rhenium has been studied at pressures of 14x2013;37 GPa. For gold, the uniaxial stress component t is consistent with earlier studies and can be described by t=0.06+0.015P where P is the pressure in GPa. The estimated single-crystal elastic moduli are in reasonable agreement with trends based on extrapolated low-pressure data. The degree of elastic anisotropy increases as x3B1;, the parameter which characterizes stress-strain continuity across grain boundaries, is reduced from 1.0 to 0.5. For rhenium, the apparent equation of state has been shown to be strongly influenced by nonhydrostatic compression, as evidenced by its dependence on the angle x3C8; between the diffracting plane normal and the stress axis. The bulk modulus obtained by inversion of nonhydrostatic compression data can differ by nearly a factor of 2 at angles of 0xB0; and 90xB0;. On the other hand, by a proper choice of x3C8;, d spacings corresponding to quasihydrostatic compression can be obtained from data obtained under highly nonhydrostatic conditions. The uniaxial stress in rhenium over the pressure range from 14x2013;37 GPa can be described by t=2.5+0.09P. The large discrepancy between x-ray elastic moduli and ultrasonic data and theoretical calculations indicates that additional factors such as texturing or orientation dependence of t need to be incorporated to more fully describe the strain distribution in hexagonal-close-packed metals.
|Item Type:||Journal Article|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Lattice strains;Gold;Rhenium|
|Subjects:||PHYSICS > Physics(General)|
|Division/Department:||Other, Other, Other, Other, Other, Materials Science Division|
|Depositing User:||M/S ICAST NAL|
|Date Deposited:||13 Aug 2008|
|Last Modified:||24 May 2010 09:56|
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