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High resolution proton spectra in triglycine sulphate crystals

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3 Author(s)
G. I. Ovtchinnikova ; Dept. of Solid State Phys., Moscow State Univ., Russia ; A. V. Kutyshenko ; N. D. Gavrilova

1H spectra of TGS crystals were performed using WM-400 “Bruker” spectrometer winch revealed three signals identified as water, COOH and NH2 signals. The temperature behavior of NH2 signal and its correlation with spontaneous polarization allowed us to conclude that hydrogen bond between glycine I group and SO42- ion is responsible for the phase transition in TGS crystals

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Applications of Ferroelectrics, 1998. ISAF 98. Proceedings of the Eleventh IEEE International Symposium on

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