Infrared Detection System and Sources Research.
Final rept. 2 Nov 70-1 Nov 71,
ALABAMA UNIV UNIVERSITY
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X-ray damaged organic crystals were investigated for properties that would lead to potential microwave or infrared applications. Most of the work was performed on succinic acid and acetyl glycine crystals. Some work was done on maleic acid, L-alanine, acetyl-alanine and imidazole crystals for comparison. Crystals of the above materials were grown, X-ray damaged, and investigated using magnetic resonance techniques. The effects of an RF magnetic field on microwave absorption was studied using electron nuclear double resonance. Particular emphasis was placed on RF fields at the proton resonance frequency and multiples of this frequency. The magnetic resonance investigations were carried out using both X-band 9.5 GHz. and K-band 25GHz. equipment. Author
- Infrared Detection and Detectors
- Solid State Physics