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Elastic Properties of Rare Gas-Solid

  • Alain Polian
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Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSB, volume 286)

Abstract

Brillouin scattering results from the interaction of light with thermal excitations (acoustic phonons in a crystal) of a material, or, from a classical point of view, with density waves. The physical phenomenon involved in Brillouin scattering is the same as in Raman scattering, but there are three substantial differences: First of all the frequency shifts are of the order of 1 cm−1 in the former; Second, there is always at least one allowed Brillouin mode; finally due to its nature, Brillouin scattering do not need long range order, and therefore is well suited for fluids and amorphous materials studies.

These characteristics have made Brillouin scattering a powerful technic in the study of rare gases under pressure: at ambient temperature, rare gases crystallize in the face centered cubic structure (except helium which structure was recently found to be hexagonal) and are therefore Raman and infrared inactive.

Experimental results will be presented on rare gases and rare gas mixtures in the fluid phase, like He-Ne and He-H2 in relation with recent measurements of the frequency of global oscillations of Jupiter.

Keywords

Elastic Constant Bulk Modulus Sound Velocity Free Spectral Range Diamond Anvil Cell 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Alain Polian
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  1. 1.Physique des Milieux Condensés, CNRS — URA 782Université Pierre et Marie CurieParis Cedex 05France

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