Specific heats of the charge density wave compounds o-TaS and (TaSe ) I. Starešinić, D.; Kiš, A.; Biljaković, K.; Emerling, B.; Brill, J., W.; Souletie, J.; Berger, H.; and Lévy, F. The European Physical Journal B, 29(1):71-77, 9, 2002.
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Specific heats of the charge-density-wave compounds o-TaS3 and (TaSe4)(2) I have been measured over the wide temperature interval 10 K-300 K. Both systems exhibit strong non-Debye behavior. Very weak and broad anomalies are observed at the Peierls transition temperatures. For o-TaS3, the change in the curvature of the specific heat occurs at temperature of 40 K where glass transition has been deduced from dielectric measurements, and an extended scaling analysis suggests that the glass transition is associated with a dynamical cross over in length scales. We briefly discuss the characteristics and physical origins of the anomalies at both the Peierls and glass transitions.
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