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The Effect of Nonstoichiometry on the CDW Transition
The Effect of Niobium Substitution on the CDW Transition
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2H polytypes bandwidth Bayard and Sienko behavior Bravais Lattice c/a ratio CDW effects CDW onset temperature CDW transition CDW's chalcogen charge-density wave Chem coefficient versus temperature commensurate composition Coulomb Curie constant decrease deviations from ideal diamagnetic DiSalvo effect of niobium excess vanadium Fermi energy Fermi surface Gram-susceptibility versus temperature Hall coefficient Hall coefficient versus hexagonal ideal stoichiometry impurity incommensurate CDW increase intercalation iodine ionicity kink anomaly lattice parameters layer polytype layered dichalcogenides lock-in temperature low temperature lT-Nb lT-VSe2 magnetic susceptibility measured metal atoms NbSe2 nesting niobium doped sample niobium substituted VSe2 nonstoichiometry observed octahedral paramagnetism parameter versus Pauli periodic lattice periodic lattice distortions phase Phys polytypes powder diffraction resistivity room temperature susceptibility saddle point selenium showing CDW formation shown in figure Solid stoichiometry superconduct susceptibility versus tantalum TaSe2 temperature independent transition metal transition metal dichalcogenides transport agent vanadium diselenide x-ray