volume 106, issue 1, P141-147 1981
DOI: 10.1002/pssb.2221060117
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Abstract: , S--, Se--, and Te--ions dissolved in potassium halides form electric dipoles by association with an anionic vacancy. Reorientation stops below characteristic temperatures. They are measured by TSD (ITC) techniques. Crystals, not optimally quenched, can have additional TSD bands which are regarded as belonging to dipole-impurity associates. Measured activation energies favour the chalcogen-vacancy jump as the dominating relaxation mechanism a t lower temperatures. Additional dielectric loss results above roo…

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