The concept of the phonon-mode Grüneisen tensor is reviewed as method to determine the elastic strains across crystals from the changes in the wavenumbers of Raman-active phonon modes relative to an unstrained crystal. The symmetry constraints on the phonon-mode Grüneisen tensor are discussed and the consequences for which combinations of strains can be determined by this method are stated. A computer program for Windows, stRAinMAN, has been written to calculate strains from changes in Raman (or other phonon) mode wavenumbers, and vice-versa. It can be downloaded for free from www.rossangel.net.

Angel, R., Murri, M., Mihailova, B., Alvaro, M. (2019). Stress, strain and Raman shifts. ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR KRISTALLOGRAPHIE. CRYSTALLINE MATERIALS, 234(2), 129-140 [10.1515/zkri-2018-2112].

Stress, strain and Raman shifts

Murri M.;
2019

Abstract

The concept of the phonon-mode Grüneisen tensor is reviewed as method to determine the elastic strains across crystals from the changes in the wavenumbers of Raman-active phonon modes relative to an unstrained crystal. The symmetry constraints on the phonon-mode Grüneisen tensor are discussed and the consequences for which combinations of strains can be determined by this method are stated. A computer program for Windows, stRAinMAN, has been written to calculate strains from changes in Raman (or other phonon) mode wavenumbers, and vice-versa. It can be downloaded for free from www.rossangel.net.
Articolo in rivista - Articolo scientifico
mode Grüneisen tensor; Raman spectroscopy; strain tensor; stRAinMAN program
English
2019
234
2
129
140
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Angel, R., Murri, M., Mihailova, B., Alvaro, M. (2019). Stress, strain and Raman shifts. ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR KRISTALLOGRAPHIE. CRYSTALLINE MATERIALS, 234(2), 129-140 [10.1515/zkri-2018-2112].
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