Electron-Beam Irradiation Effects On the Charge-Density-Wave Superlattice of K0.30moo3
The formation of a charge-density-wave (CDW) superlattice in the blue molybdenum oxide bronze K0.30MoO3 is found to be extremely sensitive to electron-beam irradiation. Short exposure of the samples to an electron beam completely destroys the CDW superlattice whereas the underlying main lattice remains largely intact. The radiation damage in the CDW superlattice is believed to be electronic in origin.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Chen, C. H.; Schneemeyer, Lynn; and Fleming, R. M., "Electron-Beam Irradiation Effects On the Charge-Density-Wave Superlattice of K0.30moo3" (1984). Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 335.