LABORATOIRE DE PHYSIQUE THEORIQUE DE LA MATIERE CONDENSEE





 





 

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2009

[73] Understanding phase-change materials from the viewpoint of rigidity, M. Micoulaut, C. Bichara, J-Y. Raty, in preparation.

[72] Ionic conduction in solid electrolytes in relationship with the flexible, intermediate and stressed rigid nature of the host network, M. Micoulaut, M. Malki, D.I. Novita, P. Boolchand, in preparation.

[71] Elastic flexibility, fast-ion conduction, boson and floppy modes in AgPO3-AgI glasses, D.I. Novita, P. Boolchand, M. Malki, M. Micoulaut, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 21 (2009) 205106(1-17).

[70] Improved short- and intermediate-range structure of liquid GeSe2: the role of the exchange-correlation functional, M. Micoulaut, R. Vuilleumier, C. Massobrio, submitted.

[69] Atomic structure of the two intermediate phase glasses SiSe4 and GeSe4 , C. Massobrio, M. Celino, P.S. Salmon, R.A. Martin, M. Micoulaut, A. Pasquarello, Physical Review B 79 (2009) 174201(1-8).

[68] Linking rigidity with enthalpic changes at the glass transition and the fragility of glass-forming liquids, M. Micoulaut, submitted

[67] Molar volume minimum and adaptative rigid networks in relationship with the intermediate Phase in glasses, C. Bourgel, M. Micoulaut, M. Malki, P. Simon, Physical Review B 79, 024201 (2009).

[66] First-Principles simulations of liquid and vitreous B2S3, G. Ferlat, M. Micoulaut, European Journal of Glass Science and Technology xx, xx (2009)

[65] Effect of rigidity and flexibility on electrical transport in network glasses, M. Malki, M. Micoulaut, D. I. Novita, B. Goodmann, P. Boolchand, Rigidity and intermediate phases in nanomaterials, Eds. M. Micoulaut, M. Popescu, INOE Publishing House (2009) p.35-60.

 

 

[64] Topological frameworks for rigidity transitions and the intermediate phase, M. Micoulaut, Rigidity and intermediate phases in nanomaterials, Eds. M. Micoulaut, M. Popescu, INOE Publishing House (2009, in print).

2008

[63] Intermediate Phase, network demixing, boson and floppy modes, and compositional trends in glass transition temperature of binary AsxS1-x system, P. Chen, C. Holbrook, P. Boolchand, D.G. Georgiev, M. Micoulaut, Physical Review B78 (2008) 224208(1-15).

[62] Structure of the liquid and the crystal of the phase-change material SnSe2: First-Principles Molecular Dynamics, M. Micoulaut, W. Welnic, M. Wuttig, Physical Review B78 (2008) 224209(1-8).

[61] Constrained interactions, rigidity, adaptative networks and their role for the description of silicates, M. Micoulaut, American Mineralogist 93, (2008), 1732-1748.

[60] Abrupt boundaries of intermediate phases and space filling in oxide glasses, R. Rompicharla, D.I. Novita, P. Chen, P. Boolchand, M. Micoulaut, W. Huff, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 20 (2008) 202101(1-5) .

[59] Nature of glass transition, P. Boolchand, M. Micoulaut, P. Cheng, Phase Change Materials: Science and Applications, Eds. S. Raoux, M. Wuttig, Springer Verlag (2008) 37-60.

2007

[55] Fast ion-conduction and flexibility of glassy networks, D. Novita, P. Boolchand, M. Malki, M. Micoulaut, Physical Review Letters 98 (2007) 195501(1-4).

[54] Onset of rigidity in glasses: from random to self-organized networks (revue), M. Micoulaut, J.C. Phillips, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 353 (2007) 1732-1740.

[53] Chemical alloying and light-induced collapse of self-organization in network glasses, F. Wang, P. Boolchand, K. Jackson, M. Micoulaut, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 19 (2007) 226201(1-25).

[52] Coordination and intermediate range order alterations in densified germania, M. Micoulaut, X. Yuan, L.W. Hobbs, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 353 (2007) 1961-1965.

[51] Granular gases in mechanical engineering: on the origin of heterogeneous ultrasonic shot peening, M. Micoulaut, S. Mechkov, D. Retraint, P. Viot, M. Francois, Granular Matter 9 (2007) 25-33.

[50] Simple clues and rules for self-organized rigidity in chalcogenide networks, M. Micoulaut, Actes du Congrès Amorphous and Nanostructured Chalcogenides-3, Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials 10 (2007) 3235-3240.

2006

[49] The structure of amorphous, crystalline and liquid GeO2 (revue), M. Micoulaut, L. Cormier, G.S. Henderson, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 18 (2006) R753-R784.

[48] Intermediate phases in glasses driven by speciation, M. Micoulaut, Physical Review B 74 (2006) 184208(1-6).

[47] Correlation between floppy to rigid transitions and non-Arrhenius conductivity in glasses, M. Malki, M. Micoulaut, F. Chaimbault, Y. Vaills, Physical Review Letters 96 (2006) 145504(1-4).

[46] Simulated structural and thermal properties of glassy and liquid germania, M. Micoulaut, Y. Guissani, B. Guillot, Physical Review E 73 (2006) 031504(1-11)

2005

[45] Raman threshold and rigid to floppy transitions in calcium silicate glasses, M. Micoulaut, M. Malki, P. Simon, A. Canizares, Philosophical Magazine 85 (2005) 3357-3378.

[44] Direct evidence of rigidity loss and self-organization in silicates, Y. Vaills, T. Qu, M. Micoulaut, F. Chaimbault, P. Boolchand, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 17 (2005) 4889-4896.

[43] Aging, fragility and reversibility window in bulk alloy glasses, S. Chakravarty, D.G. Georgiev, P. Boolchand, M. Micoulaut, Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter 17 (2005) L1-7.

[42] Verres en transitions, gaz granulaires en g´nie mécanique, M. Micoulaut, Mémoire d'Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches, Université Paris VI, Décembre 2005.

[41] Heterogeneous ultrasonic shot peening: experiment and simulation, M. Micoulaut, D. Retraint, P. Viot, M. Francois, Proceedings of the International Conference on Shot Peening 9 (2005) 119-125.

[40] Grenaillage ultrasonore hétérogène, M. Micoulaut, D. Retraint, P. Viot, M. Francois, Actes du 17ème Congrès Francais de Mécanique, 689(1-6) (2005)

2004

[39] A comparative numerical study of liquid GeO2 and SiO2, M. Micoulaut, Chemical Geology 213 (2004) 197-205.

[38] Structure of densified amorphous germanium dioxide, M. Micoulaut, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 16 (2004) L131-138.

2003

[37] Comment on Microscopic theory of network glasses, M. Micoulaut, P. Boolchand, Physical Review Letters 91 (2003) 159601(1).

[36] Percolative conductivity in alkali earth oxide glasses, M. Malki, M. Micoulaut, F. Chaimbault, Y. Vaills, P. Simon, Europhysics Letters 64 (5) (2003) 661-667.

[35] Ring statistics and rigidity transitions in network glasses, M. Micoulaut, J.C. Phillips, Physical Review B 67 (2003) 104204(1-9).

[34] The self-organized phase of bulk PxSe1-x glasses, D.G. Georgiev, P. Boolchand, H. Eckert, M. Micoulaut, K. Jackson, Europhysics Letters 62 (2003) 49-55.

[33] The intermediate phase in ternary GexAsxSe1-2x glasses, T. Qu, D.G. Georgiev, P. Boolchand, M. Micoulaut, dans Supercooled Liquids, Glass Transition and Bulk Metallic Glasses Ed. T. Egami, A. L. Greer, A. Inoue, S. Ranganathan, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 754 (2003) CC8.1.1

2002

[32] Network entropy and energy: the underlying factors determining compositional trends in the glass transition temperature, M. Micoulaut, Comptes-Rendus Chimie 5 (2002) 825-830.

[31] Rigidity transitions and constraint counting in amorphous networks: beyond the mean-field approach, M. Micoulaut, Europhysics Letters 58(6) (2002) 830-836.

[30] Intermediate phase in molecular networks and solid electrolytes, M. Micoulaut, Journal of Superconductivity: Incorporating Novel Magnetism 15 (2002) 627-634.

[29] Nature of the glass transition in chalcogenides, D.G. Georgiev, P. Boolchand, M. Micoulaut, Festschrift pour S. Ovshinsky, Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials 4 (2002) 823-836.

[28] Percolation de rigidité et détection de contraintes résiduelles dans les verres, M. Micoulaut, F. Chaimbault, Y. Vaills, Actes du colloque Caractérisation expérimentale des contraintes: techniques avancées et nouveaux matériaux, UTT-Troyes (2002) 108-113.

[27] On the central role of local structure in determining the glass transition temperature in network materials, M. Micoulaut, G.G. Naumis, Recent Research Developments in Non-crystalline Solids, Ed. S.G. Pandalai, Transworld Research Network 2 (2002) 363-389.

2001

[26] A sharp rigid to floppy phase transition induced by dangling ends in a network glass, Y. Wang, J. Wells, D.G. Georgiev, P. Boolchand, K. Jackson, M. Micoulaut, Physical Review Letters 87 (2001) 185503(1-4).

[25] Molecular structure, glass transition temperature variation, agglomeration theory and network connectivity of binary P-Se glasses, D.G. Georgiev, M. Mitkova, P. Boolchand, G. Brunklaus, H. Eckert, M. Micoulaut, Physical Review B 64 (2001) 134204(1-11).

[24] Glass transition temperature variation as a probe for network connectivity, M. Micoulaut, Phase Transitions and Self-Organization in Electronic and Molecular Networks, J.C. Phillips, M.F. Thorpe Eds., Kluwer Academic/Plenum Press (2001) 143-160

2000

[23] Glass structure, rigidity transitions and the intermediate phase in the Ge-As-Se ternary, Y. Wang, P. Boolchand, M. Micoulaut, Europhysics Letters 52 (6) (2000) 633-639.

[22] Rigidity Transitions and Molecular Structure of AsxSe1-x glasses, D.G. Georgiev, P. Boolchand, M. Micoulaut, Physical Review B 62 (2000) 9228-9231.

1999

[21] Glass transition temperature variation, cross-linking and structure in network glasses: A stochastic approach, M. Micoulaut, G.G. Naumis, Europhysics Letters 47 (5) (1999) 568-574.

[20] Solvable models of glass transition, M. Micoulaut, Proceedings de l'Ecole de Cargèse Physics of glasses: structure and dynamics, Ph. Jund, R. Jullien Eds., American Institute of Physics 480 (1999) 253-258.

1998

[19] Nucleation model for the description of glass formation, M. Micoulaut, Modern Physics Letters B 12 (14-15) (1998) 561-568.

[18] The slope equations: a universal relationship between local structure and glass transition temperature, M. Micoulaut, The European Physical Journal B 1 (1998) 277-294.

[17] Local structure and glass transition temperature in binary glasses, M. Micoulaut, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 232-234 (1998) 567-573.

[16] Boroxol rings and the stochastic matrix method, G.G. Naumis, R. Kerner, M. Micoulaut, R.A. Barrio, Proceedings XXVII RI Fisica Estadistica, Cuernavaca, Mexico (1998), Revista Mexicana de Fisica 44(3) (1998) 40-44.

1997

[15] Evaluation of the concentration of boroxol rings in vitreous B2O3 by the stochastic matrix method, R.A. Barrio, R. Kerner, M. Micoulaut, G.G. Naumis, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 9 (1997) 9219-9234.

[14] A model of glass transition in binary and ternary glasses, R. Kerner, M. Micoulaut, Journal of Molecular Liquids 71 (1997) 175-186.

[13] Structure of vitreous B2O3 obtained with a thermostatistical model of agglomeration, M. Micoulaut, Journal of Molecular Liquids 71 (1997) 107-114.

[12] On the glass transition in covalent networks, R. Kerner, M. Micoulaut, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 210 (1997) 298-305.

[11] Structure of lithium silicon sulphide glass systems, M. Micoulaut, R. Kerner, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 9 (1997) 2551-2562.

[10] Statistics of rings in glass networks, M. Micoulaut, Current Problems in Condensed Matter, Theory and Experiment, J.L Moràn-Lopez Ed., Plenum Press 1998, 339-345, Proceedings de International Workshop on the Current Problems in Condensed matter: Theory and Experiments, Cocoyoc, Mexico (1997)

1996

[9] A simple dynamical model for the description of binary glass-forming systems, M. Micoulaut, Physica B 226 (1996) 268-282.

1995

[8] Statistical modelling of structural and thermodynamical properties of vitreous B2O3, M. Micoulaut, R. Kerner, D.M. dos Santos-Loff, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 7 (1995) 8035-8052.

[7] Structure of SiSe2 based glasses, M. Micoulaut, Physica B 212 (1995) 43-49.

1992-94

[6] Statistics of boroxol rings in vitreous boron oxide, D.M. dos Santos-Loff, M. Micoulaut, R. Kerner, Europhysics Letters 28 (8) (1994) 573-578.

[5] A theoretical model of covalent binary glasses II: Structure of B2S3-nLi2S systems, M. Micoulaut, R. Kerner, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 176 (1994) 280-287.

[4] A theoretical model of covalent binary glasses I: General setting, R. Kerner, M. Micoulaut, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 176 (1994) 271-279.

[3] Structure des verres SiS2-Li2S obtenue par un modèle statistique d'agglomération, M. Micoulaut, Comptes Rendus de l'Académie des Sciences Paris 316, Série II, (1993) 1679-1686.

[2] Influence du refroidissement sur un processus d'agglomération moléculaire, R. Kerner, M. Micoulaut, Comptes Rendus de l'Académie des Sciences Paris 315, Série II, (1992) 1307-1312

[1] Modélisation et étude de verres binaires covalents, M. Micoulaut, Thèse de Doctorat d'Université Paris VI, Novembre 1993.