HIGH-FIELD ZEEMAN EFFECT MEASUREMENTS USING A SCANNING TECHNIQUE AND PULSED FIELDS.
EATON ELECTRONICS RESEARCH LAB MCGILL UNIV MONTREAL (QUEBEC)
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A method is described for obtaining optical spectra of solids subjected to short duration pulsed magnetic fields of the order of 300 kilo-oersteds. A spectral region is scanned repetitively every 28 microsec by a moving slit and detected photoelectrically, making it possible to measure wavelength and intensity changes of spectral features as a function of magnetic field. Provision is made for cooling the sample to liquid helium temperature. The Zeeman effect of the septuplet-F-0 to quintuplet-D-2 transition of Eu3 in europium tungstate is used as a demonstration of the technique. Author
- Solid State Physics