The X-ray Debye temperature of CdTe
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The X-ray Debye temperature of CdTe has been measured by diffraction on single crystal and on powder samples. From measurements in the temperature range 8 to 335 ‡C the average values 140±3 K and 145±8 K were determined for single crystal and powder samples respectively. The value 141±5 K was obtained from angular measurements on powder samples at room temperature.
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