Fcc

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One Dimensional Metal l 1

Fig. 13.32. Schematic illustration of the various phases of Rb,^ as a function of temperature, as probed by the IR transmission technique. The upper (dashed) and lower (solid) curves correspond to the rapidly quenched and slow-cooled Rb,^ samples, respectively [13.160].

Temperature (K)

Rb.C 60 Quench Gap

Fig. 13.33. Three representative IR transmission spectra recorded on a thin RbjC^ film in the slow-cooled and rapidly quenched phases [13.160],

2000 4000 6000 BOOO

Wave number (cm1)

Rb.C 60 Quench Gap

Fig. 13.33. Three representative IR transmission spectra recorded on a thin RbjC^ film in the slow-cooled and rapidly quenched phases [13.160],

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