Pressure induced phase transformatrion of tin dioxide an ab initio constant pressure study
The behavior of SnO2 under rapid hydrostatic pressures is studied using constant-pressure ab initio simulations. The rutile-type SnO 2 gradually transforms into the CaCl2-type structure at 15 GPa. At a pressure of about 20 GPa, a phase transformation into a cubic fluorite-type structure is observed. The orthorhombic Pnma cotunnite-structured phase is observed above 150 GPa. The mechanisms of these phase transformations at the atomistic level are discussed. Key words High Pressure. Phase Transformation. Tin dioxide
Physical chemistry|Condensed matter physics|Computer science
Yehdego, Daniel T, "Pressure induced phase transformatrion of tin dioxide an ab initio constant pressure study" (2009). ETD Collection for University of Texas, El Paso. AAI1473904.