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Sustainability of crystallographic phase of & alpha;-Glycine under dynamic shocked conditions TEXT SIZE: A A A

High pressure experimental studies on amino acids have gained incredible attention over the past few years in variety of research areas such as materials science, geophysics, pharmaceutical sciences, and cosmo-chemistry. On en-route to the current experimental work, one of the elegant amino acid samples of a-Glycine is preferred in order to reveal its nature of crystallographic phase stability as and when exposed to dynamic shock waves thereby subjecting it to diffraction and microscopic analyses. Considering the observed results from the various analytical techniques, it is authenticated that the title sample does not undergo any kind of structural transition under shock wave exposed situations. On the other hand, the test sample has generated a few new shoulder peaks and diffraction peaks under shocked conditions. The outcome of the attained phase stability is well substantiated by the previous static high-pressure reports.

Publication name

 Journal Of Molecular Structure, Volume 1292, DOI 10.1016/j.molstruc.2023.136139, Article Number 136139, Published NOV 15 2023


 Sivakumar, A.; Dhas, S. Sahaya Jude; Dai, Lidong; Sivaprakash, P.; Kumar, Raju Suresh; Almansour, Abdulrahman I.; Arumugam, S.; Kim, Ikhyun; Dhas, S. A. Martin Britto

Corresponding author(s) 

 Dai, Lidong
 Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Geochem, Lab High Temp & High pressure Study Earths Interio, Guiyang 550081, Guizhou, Peoples R China
 Dhas, S. A. Martin Britto
 Sacred Heart Coll, Abdul Kalam Res Ctr, Dept Phys, Shock Wave Res Lab, Tirupattur 635601, Tamil Nadu, India

Author(s) from IGCAS   Dai, Lidong; Sivakumar, A.

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