Dynamics of orientationally disordered mixed crystal sharing Cl-adamantane and CN-adamantane
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Orientationally disordered (OD) mixed crystals formed between cyanoadamantane (CN-A) and chloroadamantane (Cl-A) have been thermodynamically characterized by means of thermal analysis and X-ray diffraction. The dynamics of these OD mixed crystals has been studied by means of broad band dielectric spectroscopy. Results evidence that dynamics of the α-relaxation process associated with the overall molecular tumbling slows down when molecules of CN-A are substituted by molecules of Cl-A.
CitationMartinez, J. [et al.]. Dynamics of orientationally disordered mixed crystal sharing Cl-adamantane and CN-adamantane. "Journal of non-crystallne solids", 27 Gener 2010, vol. 11-17, núm. 356, p. 621-624.
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