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|Title:||FREQUENCY-SHIFTS OF OPTICAL PHONONS DUE TO SIZE-EFFECT INDUCED CHARGE-TRANSFER IN TL(BA1-XSRXLA)CUO5|
|Publisher:||PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD|
|Citation:||SOLID STATE COMMUNICATIONS, 88(4), 271-274|
|Abstract:||Raman-scattering and infrared-absorption spectra of optical phonons in the ceramic Tl(Ba1-xSrxLa)CuO5 oxide superconductor that contains a single Tl-O and Cu-O layers are reported as functions of Sr content. Replacing Ba-ions by isovalent Sr-ions leads to remarkable changes in the electronic and superconducting properties of these materials. As a consequence of the charge transfer from the TlO to the CuO2 plane (by a redox mechanism), the Raman-active apical-oxygen phonon at 526 cm-1 and the 623 cm-1 IR-active phonon (associated with the TlO-plane oxygen ions) show respectively an approximately 18 cm-1 and a approximately 20 cm-1 frequency increase with increasing x. The changes in the Raman-active phonon linewidth with increasing x are attributed to a decreasing disorder due to the smaller ionic radii mismatch in the Ba site.|
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