Bhat, HL and Roberts, KJ and Sacchi, M (1990) An EXAFS investigation of the Zn environment in K2ZnCl4 during solid-to-solid phase transformations. In: Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 2 (43). pp. 8557-8565.
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Extended X-ray absorption fine structure (EXAFS) spectroscopy is applied to an investigation of the structural environment around Zn in polycrystalline K2ZnCi4 over the temperature range associated with its solid-to-solid phase transformations at 127 degrees C and 282 degrees C. The results show a reversible increase in thermal disorder and in the tetrahedral distortion of the ZnCl42- anion upon transformation into the incommensurate phase.
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