Crystal Structure of Solid Hydrogen Chloride and Deuterium Chloride

  title={Crystal Structure of Solid Hydrogen Chloride and Deuterium Chloride},
  author={E. S{\'a}ndor and Reginald C Farrow},
IT has long been known from measurements of specific heat1 that solid hydrogen chloride undergoes a first order phase transition at about 98.4° K. A similar phase transition was later found2 in solid deuterium chloride at about 105.0° K. X-ray powder photographs3 revealed that the crystal structure of hydrogen chloride was orthorhombic below the transition point and cubic above it. They also indicated that the chlorine atoms formed a face-centred lattice in both phases, but gave no clue… 
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  • Mengya Lu, Di Zhou, +4 authors T. Cui
  • Medicine, Materials Science
    Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP
  • 2019
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