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High Pressure Behavior Study of the Apophyllite (KF)
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High Pressure Behavior Study of the Apophyllite (KF)
Kim, Young-Ho; Choi, Jinwon; Heo, Sohee; Jeong, Nangyeong; Hwang, Gil Chan;
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 Abstract
Apophyllite (KF)(), one of the sheet silicates, was compressed up to 7.7 GPa at ambient temperature and 15 high pressure data were obtained. Lattice parameters of the starting specimen were as follows: , , . Symmetrical diamond anvil cell was employed with synchrotron radiation in the mode of angular dispersive X-ray diffraction. Bulk modulus was determined to be 59(4) GPa when is 4. No clear first order phase transition symptom was observed in the series of XRD pattern. However, second-order phase transition cannot be ruled out from the correlation between normalized pressure and strain.
 Keywords
apophyllite (KF);bulk modulus;phase transition;normalized pressure;normalized strain;
 Language
Korean
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