## 摘要

The dispersion properties of the absorption coefficients [α(ν)] of different multi-component silicate oxide glasses have been studied in the frequency region below the boson peak by using THz-time-domain spectroscopy. The value of α(ν)/ν^{2} has been shown to exhibit a minimum level (R) at low frequency and subsequently a linear increase in the form of r(ν/ν_{BP} + E) with increasing frequency, where ν_{BP} is the boson peak frequency and R, r, and E are material-specific constants. It has also been found that R ∝ r and E is a constant common to most glasses. This α(ν)/ν^{2} behavior is ascribed to the dispersion property of the light-vibration coupling coefficient under the reasonable vibrational density of state function. The minimum (constant) and linear terms of the α(ν)/ν^{2} spectrum are originated from the physical/chemical disorder-induced charge fluctuations in the long-range scale (constant term) and short-range scale (linear term), respectively. The fluctuating charge (σ_{1}) caused by uncorrelated, long-range disorders has primary significance for determining the sub-THz absorption dispersion properties, and its value has been determined for each glass material.

原文 | 英語 |
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文章編號 | 085108 |

期刊 | Journal of Applied Physics |

卷 | 135 |

發行號 | 8 |

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出版狀態 | 已發佈 - 2024 2月 28 |

## ASJC Scopus subject areas

- 一般物理與天文學