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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Time-resolved thermal lens measurements of the thermo-optical properties of glasses at low temperature down to 20 K
Author: Astrath, NGC
Rohling, JH
Medina, AN
Bento, AC
Baesso, ML
Jacinto, C
Catunda, T
Lima, SM
Gandra, FG
Bell, MJV
Anjos, V
Abstract: In this work the time resolved thermal lens spectrometry was applied to measure the absolute values of the thermo-optical properties of low silica calcium aluminosilicate and soda lime glasses at low temperatures, in the range between 20 and 300 K. The thermal relaxation calorimetry was used as a complementary technique to determine the specific heat. The results showed a marked decrease of the thermal diffusivity with the temperature rise, with a dependence similar to that of the mean free path (similar to T-1) in the interval between 20 and 70 K, while in the range between 70 and 300 K the dependence was T-(0.33 +/- 0.02). The marked variation of the temperature coefficient of the optical path length change with the temperature rise was attributed to the increase in the coefficient of the electronic polarizability. The results also showed that for the aluminosilicate glass the excess in the specific heat correlated to the so-called boson peak occurred at about 17 K, higher than that of soda lime, which occurs at about 12 K. In conclusion, our results showed the ability of the time resolved thermal lens to determine the thermo-optical properties of glasses at low temperatures, bringing possibilities for experiments in a wide range of optical materials.
Country: EUA
Editor: American Physical Soc
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.71.214202
Date Issue: 2005
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