[Pw_forum] phonon instability
baroni at sissa.it
Tue Aug 23 21:15:30 CEST 2011
On Aug 23, 2011, at 8:40 PM, bhabya sahoo wrote:
> i am calculating the phase transition of some carbides
> the transition from B1 to B2 transition occures at 130 gpa by enthalpy compparison
> but i am able to find phonon instability at 130 gpa for B1 structure
you mean, a phonon (which mode?) goes soft at the same pressure at which the enthalpies of the two phase coincide?
> but at the same time i am not able to find the dyanamic stability of B2 phase
> but it occures high pressure (more than130 gpa )
> is there any explanation for this ?
explanation for WHAT?
what are you talking about? may we expect a somewhat more well thought and articulate question?
> is there any relation of thermodyanamical unstability
> and dyanamical unstability simultaneously?
> answers are highly appriceted with some reson
well-thought and well documented questions questions would be even more appreciAted for any reAson ...
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