2006
DOI: 10.1103/physrevb.73.052202
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Abstract: In order to clarify the origin of the dominant processes responsible for the acoustic attenuation of phonons, which is a much debatted topic, we present Brillouin scattering experiments in various silica glasses of different OH impurities content. A large temperature range, from 5 to 1500 K is investigated, up to the glass transition temperature. Comparison of the hypersonic wave attenuation in various samples allows to identify two different processes. The first one induces a low temperature peak related to …

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