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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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The covalency effect in spin interactions /

Wai, Hon-gor. January 1900 (has links)
Thesis--M. Phil., University of Hong Kong, 1986.
2

The covalency effect in spin interactions

衛翰戈, Wai, Hon-gor. January 1986 (has links)
published_or_final_version / Physics / Master / Master of Philosophy
3

A nuclear orientation study of nuclei in the A approx = 182-188 mass range

Mosbah, Daw Saad January 1995 (has links)
No description available.
4

Measurement of isotope shifts, fine and hyperfine structure splittings of the lithium d lines

Walls, Johnathon R. January 2001 (has links)
Thesis (M. Sc.)--York University, 2001. Graduate Programme in Physics and Astronomy. / Typescript. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 119-126). Also available on the Internet. MODE OF ACCESS via web browser by entering the following URL: http://wwwlib.umi.com/cr/yorku/fullcit?pMQ66411.
5

Applications of nuclear orientation

Templeton, James E. January 1967 (has links)
No description available.
6

Hyperfine interactions of radioactive nuclei studied with nuclear orientation and NMR techniques

Niesen, L. January 1971 (has links)
Thesis--Leiden. / "Stellingen" leaf inserted. Summary in Dutch. Includes bibliographical references.
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Hyperfine interactions of radioactive nuclei studied with nuclear orientation and NMR techniques

Niesen, L. January 1971 (has links)
Thesis--Leiden. / "Stellingen" leaf inserted. Summary in Dutch. Includes bibliographical references.
8

Jaderná magnetická rezonance v perovskitech Pb(x)Ba(1-x)(FeNb)0.5O3 / Nuclear magnetic resonance of Pb(x)Ba(1-x)(FeNb)0.5O3 perovskites

Adamec, Martin January 2018 (has links)
Temperature dependences of nuclear magnetic resonance spectra of isotopes 207 Pb, 137 Ba, and 93 Nb in polycrystalline samples of PbxBa1-x(FeNb)0.5O3, with x = 0 (BFN), 0.5 (PBFN), 1 (PFN) and in Pb(FeNb)0.5O3 single crystal (PFN SC) were acquired. Measured nuclear magnetic resonance spectra are analyzed in this work. The temperature dependence of the spectra show strong broadening with decreasing temperature. Part of the temperature dependences of nuclear magnetic resonance spectra did not comply with expected characteristics. Possible hypotheses for interpretation of such behavior are discussed in the text. Probable arrangement of Fe and Nb cations in PFN and BFN phases is deduced and, based on these differences, the contrast in Néel temperatures of these phases is explained.
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Investigação do magnetismo local em compostos intermetálícos do tipo RZn(R = Ce, Gd, Tb, Dy) e GdCu pela espectroscopia de correlação angular gama-gama perturbada / Investigation of local magnetism in RZn (R = Ce, Gd, Tb, Dy) and GdCu intermetalic compounds using perturbed angular correlation gamma-gamma spectroscopy

Santos, Brianna Bosch dos 26 August 2010 (has links)
Neste trabalho foi feito um estudo sistemático, sob um ponto de vista atômico, do magnetismo local em compostos intermetálicos magnéticos do tipo RZn (R = Ce, Gd, Tb, Dy) e RCu, por meio de medida das interações hiperfinas utilizando a técnica de Correlação Angular Gama-Gama Perturbada com os núcleos de prova 111In111Cd e 140La140Ce. O magnetismo nesses compostos tem origem no momento angular dos elétrons 4f das terras raras. Assim, o estudo sistemático da série RZn é interessante para verificar o comportamento do campo hiperfino magnético com a variação do número de elétrons da camada 4f. A utilização do núcleo de prova 140La140Ce é interessante, pois o Ce+3 íon possui um elétron 4f que pode contribuir para o campo hiperfino total, e os resultados encontrados mostraram um comportamento anômalo. A análise feita com o núcleo de prova 111Cd mostrou que, para os compostos ferromagnéticos, o campo hiperfino magnético segue o comportamento da função de Brilluoin com a temperatura e, em função da projeção do spin, este campo diminui linearmente com o aumento do número atômico da terra rara, mostrando que a principal fonte para o campo hiperfino vem da polarização dos elétrons de condução. O gradiente de campo elétrico para 111Cd RZn mostrou uma forte diminuição com o aumento do número atômico da terra rara. Supõe-se assim que a maior parte da contribuição ao gradiente de campo elétrico tenha origem nos elétrons da camada 4f da terra rara. Já para as medidas de 111Cd GdCu, quando este composto é submetido a um ciclo térmico, sua rede cristalina passa a coexistir em dois sistemas, tanto na estrutura cúbica do tipo CsCl, como na estrutura ortorrômbica do tipo FeB. As medidas com esses dois núcleos foram de fundamental importância, pois ainda não foram vistos trabalhos desses compostos com estas pontas de prova. / This work presents, from a microscopic point of view, a systematic study of the local magnetism in RZn (R = Ce, Gd, Tb, Dy) and GdCu intermetalic compounds through measurements of hyperfine interactions using the Perturbed Angular Correlation Gamma- Gamma Spectroscopy technique with 111In 111Cd and 140La 140Ce as probe nuclei. As the magnetism in these compounds originates from the 4f electrons of the rare-earth elements it is interesting to observe in a systematic study of RZn compounds the behavior of the magnetic hyperfine field with the variation of the number of 4f electrons in the R element. The use of probe nuclei 140La 140Ce is interesting because Ce+3 ion posses one 4f electron which may contribute to the total hyperfine field, and the results showed anomalous behavior. The results for 111Cd probe showed that the temperature dependence of the magnetic hyperfine field follows the Brillouin function, and the magnetic hyperfine field decreases linearly with increase of the atomic number of rare earth when plotted as a function of the rare-earth J spin projection, showing that the main contribution to the magnetic hyperfine field in RZn compounds comes from the polarization of the conduction electrons. The results for the electric field gradient measured with 111Cd for all compounds showed a strong decrease with the atomic number of the rare-earth element. We have therefore assumed that the major contribution to the electric field gradient originates from the 4f electrons of the rare-earths. The measurements of the electric field gradient for GdCu with 111Cd, after temperature decreases and increases again showed that two different structures, CsCl-type cubic and FeB-type orthorhombic structures co-exist. Finally, it is the first time that measurements of hyperfine parameters have been carried out with theses two probe nuclei in the studied RZn.
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Investigação do magnetismo local em compostos intermetálícos do tipo RZn(R = Ce, Gd, Tb, Dy) e GdCu pela espectroscopia de correlação angular gama-gama perturbada / Investigation of local magnetism in RZn (R = Ce, Gd, Tb, Dy) and GdCu intermetalic compounds using perturbed angular correlation gamma-gamma spectroscopy

Brianna Bosch dos Santos 26 August 2010 (has links)
Neste trabalho foi feito um estudo sistemático, sob um ponto de vista atômico, do magnetismo local em compostos intermetálicos magnéticos do tipo RZn (R = Ce, Gd, Tb, Dy) e RCu, por meio de medida das interações hiperfinas utilizando a técnica de Correlação Angular Gama-Gama Perturbada com os núcleos de prova 111In111Cd e 140La140Ce. O magnetismo nesses compostos tem origem no momento angular dos elétrons 4f das terras raras. Assim, o estudo sistemático da série RZn é interessante para verificar o comportamento do campo hiperfino magnético com a variação do número de elétrons da camada 4f. A utilização do núcleo de prova 140La140Ce é interessante, pois o Ce+3 íon possui um elétron 4f que pode contribuir para o campo hiperfino total, e os resultados encontrados mostraram um comportamento anômalo. A análise feita com o núcleo de prova 111Cd mostrou que, para os compostos ferromagnéticos, o campo hiperfino magnético segue o comportamento da função de Brilluoin com a temperatura e, em função da projeção do spin, este campo diminui linearmente com o aumento do número atômico da terra rara, mostrando que a principal fonte para o campo hiperfino vem da polarização dos elétrons de condução. O gradiente de campo elétrico para 111Cd RZn mostrou uma forte diminuição com o aumento do número atômico da terra rara. Supõe-se assim que a maior parte da contribuição ao gradiente de campo elétrico tenha origem nos elétrons da camada 4f da terra rara. Já para as medidas de 111Cd GdCu, quando este composto é submetido a um ciclo térmico, sua rede cristalina passa a coexistir em dois sistemas, tanto na estrutura cúbica do tipo CsCl, como na estrutura ortorrômbica do tipo FeB. As medidas com esses dois núcleos foram de fundamental importância, pois ainda não foram vistos trabalhos desses compostos com estas pontas de prova. / This work presents, from a microscopic point of view, a systematic study of the local magnetism in RZn (R = Ce, Gd, Tb, Dy) and GdCu intermetalic compounds through measurements of hyperfine interactions using the Perturbed Angular Correlation Gamma- Gamma Spectroscopy technique with 111In 111Cd and 140La 140Ce as probe nuclei. As the magnetism in these compounds originates from the 4f electrons of the rare-earth elements it is interesting to observe in a systematic study of RZn compounds the behavior of the magnetic hyperfine field with the variation of the number of 4f electrons in the R element. The use of probe nuclei 140La 140Ce is interesting because Ce+3 ion posses one 4f electron which may contribute to the total hyperfine field, and the results showed anomalous behavior. The results for 111Cd probe showed that the temperature dependence of the magnetic hyperfine field follows the Brillouin function, and the magnetic hyperfine field decreases linearly with increase of the atomic number of rare earth when plotted as a function of the rare-earth J spin projection, showing that the main contribution to the magnetic hyperfine field in RZn compounds comes from the polarization of the conduction electrons. The results for the electric field gradient measured with 111Cd for all compounds showed a strong decrease with the atomic number of the rare-earth element. We have therefore assumed that the major contribution to the electric field gradient originates from the 4f electrons of the rare-earths. The measurements of the electric field gradient for GdCu with 111Cd, after temperature decreases and increases again showed that two different structures, CsCl-type cubic and FeB-type orthorhombic structures co-exist. Finally, it is the first time that measurements of hyperfine parameters have been carried out with theses two probe nuclei in the studied RZn.

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