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Phuoc, T. V., Sellier, C., Corraze, B., Janod, E. & Marin, C. (2009) Charge dynamics in quasi-one dimensional beta-Sr1/6V2O5. Eur. Phys. J. B, 69 181–186. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: 10.1140/epjb/e2009-00148-9
Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 1434-6028
Clé BibTeX: Phuoc2009
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Catégories: PMN
Mots-clés: beta-na0.33v2o5, bronzes, density waves, high-pressure, metal-insulator-transition, model, Oxides, raman, verwey transition
Créateurs: Corraze, Janod, Marin, Phuoc, Sellier
Collection: Eur. Phys. J. B
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Résumé     
Polarized infrared reflectivity was measured as a function of temperature on a quasi-one dimensional beta-Sr0.17V2O5 single crystal. Along the conduction direction, the optical conductivity exhibits a weak electronic background in the far infrared and a large mid infrared band. Sum rule analysis shows that both far infrared and midinfrared bands arise from 3d vanadium electrons. As temperature is decreased, the mid infrared band slightly narrows and redshifts, but does not exhibit drastic change. In contrast, the spectral weight grows at low frequencies and peaks appear in the phonon energy range. In the transverse direction, beta-Sr0.17V2O5 shows an insulator-like behaviour at all temperatures. The optical response is compared with the iso-electronic and iso-structural compound beta-Na0.33V2O5. Although spectra are very similar in both compounds at room temperature, their temperature dependence differs. However, some general trends indicate that charge carriers are of the same nature in both compounds. The results suggest that electron- phonon coupling is relevant to explain the optical properties of beta-Sr0.17V2O5. The optical response along the conducting direction is assigned to an adiabatic small polaron absorption, in intermediate or strong electron-phonon coupling regime. In this framework, the optical conductivity is in qualitative agreement with recent Dynamical Mean Field Theory results over a wide temperature range.
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