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Abstract : Three dielectric loss D and-or three mechanical loss Q-1 peaks P1,P2,P3 and corresponding susceptibilities for ferroelectric KDP and TGS, and ferroelastic LNPP crystal and Cu-Al-Zn-Ni alloy have been investigated in the kHz range. P1 and P2 almost overlap for first order phase transitions. P1, a very narrow peak, is attributed to the dynamic domains due to fluctuations near Tc. P2 is recognized to be related to domain walls DWs. The formulas of Q-1 and D caused by the viscous motion of DWs are derived, being fairly coincident with the experimental data of P2. The viscous coefficient, pinning force constant of DW and the spontaneous shear strain have been calculated for Cu-Al-Zn-Ni. The susceptibility, ε- or ΔJ-J, always shows a high plateau below Tc and drops down rapidly nearly consistent with the low temperature side of P3 peak for poly-domain TGS, KDP and Cu-Al-Zn-Ni. P3 is thought to originate from the freezing of DWs of high density due to a collective pinning of randomly distributed defects, similar to the pinned-vortex glass model suggested for high Tc superconductors





Author: Y. Wang Y. Huang H. Shen Zhen Zhang

Source: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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