The Effect of Uniaxial Pressures on the Infrared Spectra of LiNH4SO4 Crystals
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The infrared reflection spectra of mechanically free and uniaxially compressed LiNH4SO4 crystals are studied for the first time in the spectral range of 800–1700 сm–1 along three crystallophysical directions. The Kramers–Kronig dispersion relations are used to determine the dispersion and baric dependences of refractive index n and the real ε1 and imaginary ε2 parts of the dielectric constant and to calculate the frequencies of longitudinal ωLO and transverse ωТO vibrations, decay constant γ, and oscillator strength f of mechanically free and compressed LiNH4SO4 crystals. The considerable changes observed in the main reflection bands are explained by the effect of uniaxial pressures on the NH4 and SO4 tetrahedra.
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