Istituto dei materiali per l'elettronica ed il magnetismo     
Zanatta M., Baldi G., Caponi S., Fontana A., Gilioli E., Krish M., Masciovecchio C., Monaco G., Orsingher L., Rossi F., Ruocco G., Verbeni R. Elastic properties of permanently densified silica: A Raman, Brillouin light, and x-ray scattering study. In: Physical Review B, vol. 81 article n. 212201. The American Physical Society, 2010.
Raman, Brillouin light, and x-ray scattering measurements have been carried out to characterize the low-frequency vibrational dynamics of the SiO2 glass as function of its density. The obtained results demonstrate that while the distribution of the low-frequency states in the boson peak range is conserved under densification, these modes do not shift as a function of density as the acoustic modes do. The clear difference between the behavior of the vibrational states in the Boson peak range and that of the acoustic modes, could be explained considering the contribution of specific nonacoustic modes (tetrahedra rotation).
URL: http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevB.81.212201
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.81.212201
Subject 63.50.Lm

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