Kinetics of the Lower Phase Transition in Solid Deuterium Bromide


THE transition of solid DBr from the ordered lowest phase into the disordered middle phase takes place continuously over a temperature range about 20 K wide ending at 93.5 K (ref. 1).

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SÁNDOR, E., JOHNSON, M. Kinetics of the Lower Phase Transition in Solid Deuterium Bromide. Nature 223, 730–732 (1969).

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