Temperature dependence of Raman shifts and line widths for Q0 and Q2 crystals of silicates, phosphates, and sulfates

Temperature dependence of Raman shifts and line widths for Q0 and Q2 crystals of silicates,... AbstractThe temperature dependence of Raman shifts and line widths (full-width at half maxima or FWHM) for the A1 symmetric stretch of TO4 (T = Si, P, S) have been analyzed for nine alkali and alkaline earth silicates, phosphates, and sulfates. In crystalline silicates, the Q0 and Q2 species Raman shifts decrease with temperature, whereas FWHM increase. The strikingly similar behavior of Q0 and Q2 in silicates and Q0 in phosphates makes it possible to estimate to within ±4 cm−1 Raman shifts up to ~1000 K. Similarly systematic increases in FWHM with temperature can be estimated to within ±5 cm−1 up to ~1400 K. The type of element centering TO4 (i.e., Si, P, or S) has no appreciable effect on the temperature dependence of Raman shifts or line widths; the local environment of the Q0 and Q2 tetrahedra is the primary determinant of the temperature dependence. The type of cation in the first coordination sphere of the tetrahedron may have a secondary effect by affecting Heisenberg lifetimes of Raman virtual states.Previous theoretical considerations have been modified to include the effect of the Heisenberg (or natural) lifetime on Raman FWHM. This contribution is required to explain the anomalous FWHM of Li2SiO3 relative to the FWHM of isostructural Na2SiO3 and the large Li2SO4 and Li3PO4 FWHM (relative to Ba and Sr phosphates). The theoretically based expressions dictate a necessary, simple relationship among temperature, Raman shift, and FWHM. The relationship is developed and it allows, with one measurement of Raman shift and FWHM (e.g., measured at 298 K), prediction of Raman shifts and FWHM of Q0 and Q2 crystals to within 5 cm−1 up to ~1500 K. The properties of the TO4 moiety (T = Si, P, S) are mostly responsible for the striking regularity of Raman shifts and FWHM, although alkali and alkaline earth cations affect to varying extent Heisenberg lifetimes, hence FWHM. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Mineralogist de Gruyter

Temperature dependence of Raman shifts and line widths for Q0 and Q2 crystals of silicates, phosphates, and sulfates

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de Gruyter
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© 2018 Walter de Gruyter GmbH, Berlin/Boston
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0003-004X
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1945-3027
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10.2138/am-2018-6314
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Abstract

AbstractThe temperature dependence of Raman shifts and line widths (full-width at half maxima or FWHM) for the A1 symmetric stretch of TO4 (T = Si, P, S) have been analyzed for nine alkali and alkaline earth silicates, phosphates, and sulfates. In crystalline silicates, the Q0 and Q2 species Raman shifts decrease with temperature, whereas FWHM increase. The strikingly similar behavior of Q0 and Q2 in silicates and Q0 in phosphates makes it possible to estimate to within ±4 cm−1 Raman shifts up to ~1000 K. Similarly systematic increases in FWHM with temperature can be estimated to within ±5 cm−1 up to ~1400 K. The type of element centering TO4 (i.e., Si, P, or S) has no appreciable effect on the temperature dependence of Raman shifts or line widths; the local environment of the Q0 and Q2 tetrahedra is the primary determinant of the temperature dependence. The type of cation in the first coordination sphere of the tetrahedron may have a secondary effect by affecting Heisenberg lifetimes of Raman virtual states.Previous theoretical considerations have been modified to include the effect of the Heisenberg (or natural) lifetime on Raman FWHM. This contribution is required to explain the anomalous FWHM of Li2SiO3 relative to the FWHM of isostructural Na2SiO3 and the large Li2SO4 and Li3PO4 FWHM (relative to Ba and Sr phosphates). The theoretically based expressions dictate a necessary, simple relationship among temperature, Raman shift, and FWHM. The relationship is developed and it allows, with one measurement of Raman shift and FWHM (e.g., measured at 298 K), prediction of Raman shifts and FWHM of Q0 and Q2 crystals to within 5 cm−1 up to ~1500 K. The properties of the TO4 moiety (T = Si, P, S) are mostly responsible for the striking regularity of Raman shifts and FWHM, although alkali and alkaline earth cations affect to varying extent Heisenberg lifetimes, hence FWHM.

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American Mineralogistde Gruyter

Published: Jun 26, 2018

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