NMR Study of the Charge-Density-Wave State in Single-Crystal Rb0.30moo3the Effect of an Applied Electric Field
We report an Rb87 NMR study of charge-density-wave (CDW) dynamics in single-crystal Rb0.30MoO3 under applied bias. The monoclinic compound Rb0.30MoO3 undergoes a CDW-driven phase transition at 181 K below which a number of effects associated with conductivity via a moving CDW have been observed. Application of current densities up to 2 A/cm2 appear to show the development of induced relaxation at applied fields above a 0.5 V/cm threshold, a field that is nearly an order of magnitude above the observed threshold for electrical nonlinearity.
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Douglass, Dean C.; Schneemeyer, Lynn; and Spengler, S. E., "NMR Study of the Charge-Density-Wave State in Single-Crystal Rb0.30moo3the Effect of an Applied Electric Field" (1985). Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 497.