X-ray Absorption Fine Structure of bcc Crystals Studied Based on High-order Expanded Debye-Waller Factors
Keywords:Debye-Waller factor, effective potential, correlated Debye model, XAFS, bcc crystals
AbstractIn this work, X-ray absorption fine structure (XAFS) of bcc crystals and it Fourier transformmagnitude have been studied based on the anharmonic correlated Debye model high-order expandedDebye-Waller factors. The many-body effects are taken into account in the present one-dimensionalmodel based on the anharmonic effective potential that includes interactions of absorber andbackscatterer atoms with their first shell near neighbors, where Morse potential is assumed to describethe single-pair atomic interaction. Analytical expressions of four first temperature-dependent cumulantsof bcc crystals have been derived using the many-body perturbation approach. The obtained cumulantsare applied to calculating XAFS spectra and their Fourier transform magnitudes. Numerical results forFe are found to be in good agreement with experiment.
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Hung, N. V., Hue, T. T., Khoa, H. D., & Tien, T. S. (2017). X-ray Absorption Fine Structure of bcc Crystals Studied Based on High-order Expanded Debye-Waller Factors. Communications in Physics, 27(1), 55. https://doi.org/10.15625/0868-3166/27/1/8912
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