Electron and Nuclear Spin Interactions in Solids.
PITTSBURGH UNIV PA DEPT OF PHYSICS
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Objectives achieved in this joint experimental and theoretical project include an enhanced understanding of the ferromagnetism of rare-earth hydrides and also of rare-earth metals a new theoretical echo expansion technique for studying disordered materials a mapping of the electron charge density in the semimetal arsenic the discovery of an experimental multiple-pulse technique in nuclear magnetic resonance which reduces the effective instrumental time resolution to zero and allows extremely accurate measurement of relaxation parameters a measurement of the proton correlation time in ice a study of spin-lattice relaxation of nuclei in antiferromagnets and of spin diffusion in magnetically doped calcium fluoride and a calculation of proton relaxation in hydrogen sulfide. Author
- Solid State Physics