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The newest addition to this sequence covers a box that is typically often called cost density wave dynamics. the main completely investigated fabrics are inorganic linear chain compounds with hugely anisotropic digital houses. the quantity opens with an exam in their structural homes and the basic good points which enable cost density waves to boost. The behaviour of the cost density waves, the place fascinating phenomena are saw, is taken care of either from a theoretical and an experimental viewpoint. The position of impurities in statics and dynamics is taken into account and an exam of the potential position of solitons in incommensurate cost density wave platforms is given. a few how one can describe cost density waves theoretically, utilizing desktop simulations in addition to microscopical versions, are offered by way of a actually foreign board of authors
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FeNb3Se10' structural type. suggests that the first CDW in niobium triselenide is seated in the NbSe 3 chain with the shortest Se-Se distance (chain III in fig. 4). The random potential created by the disordered adjacent Fe-Nb octahedral chain may explain that an insulating state is reached in the case of FeNb 3 Sei 0 . Ben Salem et al. (1984) along with Cava et al. (1983) have prepared isotypic compounds by replacing niobium atoms in octahedral sites by other transition metal elements such as V, Cr, Ta.
48 Â chain represents an intermediate situation. Of course the extension of the calculations to the overall band structure of NbSe 3 will change this first approach, particularly because NbSe 3 with strong lateral bonds is not purely I D . But this scheme shows nicely the complexity of things. The arrangement of NbSe 3 chains with respect to each other in the unit cell reminds us of both the TaSe 3 and ZrSe 3 structures. Blocks of four chains similar to those of TaSe 3 are separated by groups of two chains of the ZrSe 3 type (fig.
1987) is built from an alternation of (NbSe4) chains centered along a twofold axis and (NbSe3Br) chains running along a 2i axis parallel to the former one (Se-Br exchanges on certain sites explains the rather complicated formulation) studies on these materials are in progress (fig. 30). Quasi-ID inorganic conductors ) OQ O© 55 56 / . Rouxel and C. Schlenker Fig. 29. ID structures from finite or infinite condensation of Nb2X4 bipyramids. The Chevrel phases (Chevrel et al. 1971) are built up from Mo 6 octahedral clusters enclosed in a pseudo-cube of chalcogen atoms.