Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Study of Cadmium Selenide and Cadmium Telluride.
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Knight shift and spin-lattice relaxation time has been measured for Cd113 nuclei in In-doped CdTe. From the Korringa product and the sign of the Knight shift, the electron g-factor has been calculated to be g -1.2 plus or minus .1, which is a factor of three greater than that previously reported from theoretical estimates. Spin-lattice relaxation is due to contact hyperfine interactions. Degenerate and non-degenerate theory was applied to calculate the atomic volume normalized electronic probability density and the hyperfine constant, A sub H. The CdSe experimental data indicated material constants a factor of three greater than known values therefore, the results are inconclusive. Author
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