Temperature Dependence of Doping-Induced Modes in Cu-O Planes
Measurements of the frequency-dependent conductivity confirm that unusual lattice vibrational modes are induced by doping of several materials containing Cu-O planes. We find that the modes broaden rapidly with increasing temperature, consistent with the presence of a large linear component. This broadening of these vibrational modes is similar to that of electronic modes found previously in these same materials and analyzed in attempts to understand high-temperature superconductivity.
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Thomas, Gordon A.; Rapkine, D. H.; Cheong, Sangwook; and Schneemeyer, Lynn, "Temperature Dependence of Doping-Induced Modes in Cu-O Planes" (1993). Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 190.