It is proposed that differential perfection of domains gives rise to pseudoelasticity in UICs, and that relaxive impurities play an important role in the energetics of this process. Because ultrafast video studies of domain reversion kinetics demonstrate no clear correlation of observed rates with impurity content, it is proposed that the relaxive impurities facilitate spontaneous domain reversion by annealing stressed defect sites that would otherwise lead to irreversible or plastic domain switching.Gurney, R. W., Mitchell, C. A., Ham, S., Bastin, L. D. aamp; Kahr, B. Salting Benzenes. J. Phys. Chem. B 104 ... compounds: the hindered single-axis polar rotator. /. Chem. Phys. ... 27. Schlenk, W., Jr. Asymmetric urea inclusion lattice. IV. Absolute configuration of the lattice. Liebigs Ann. Chem. ... Johannsen, A. Manual of Petro graphic Methods, (McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 1918), pp. 343-346. 32.
|Title||:||Crystal Growth, Guest Ordering and Ferroelastic Properties of Urea Inclusion Compounds|
|Author||:||Jeremy Richard Rush|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|