On the Possibility to Observe Relations Between Quantum Measurements and the Entropy of Phase Transitions in Zn2(BDC)2(DABCO)

Abstract

The work interprets experimental data for the heat capacity of Zn2(BDC)2(DABCO) in the region of second-order phase transitions. The proposed understanding of the processes occurring during phase transitions may be helpful to reveal quantum Zeno effects in metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) with evolving (unstable) structural subsystems and to establish relations between quantum measurements and the entropy of phase transitions.

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Kozlova, S.G., Pishchur, D.P. On the Possibility to Observe Relations Between Quantum Measurements and the Entropy of Phase Transitions in Zn2(BDC)2(DABCO). Found Phys 51, 8 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10701-021-00416-1

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Keywords

  • Quantum Zeno effects
  • Quantum measurements
  • Phase transitions
  • Entropy