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|Statement||by E. A. Turov and M. P. Petrov. Translated by E. Harnik.|
|Contributions||Petrov, M. P. 1939-|
|LC Classifications||QC762 .T8713|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 206 p.|
|Number of Pages||206|
|LC Control Number||72004099|
Antiferromagnetism. A property possessed by some metals, alloys, and salts of transition elements in which the atomic magnetic moments, at sufficiently low temperatures, form an ordered array which alternates or spirals so as to give no net total moment in zero applied magnetic .
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Nuclear magnetic resonance in ferro- and antiferromagnets. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Turov, E.A. (Evgeniĭ Akimovich). Nuclear magnetic resonance in ferro- and antiferromagnets.
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Petrov. from the dust jacket blurb: It has been the intention of the authors to provide the reader with a useful compilation of theoretical results. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is the method which gives as a possibility to study a peculiarities in electron magnetization distribution, if this method is used for magnetically ordered : G.
Abelyashev, V. Berzhansky, S. Polulyakh, N. Sergeev. Magnetic Resonance (MR) is a research branch which examines magnetic properties of matters. The magnetic properties of atom originate from electrons and nucleus.
So, it is studied in two groups such as electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR)/electron spin resonance (ESR) and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR).
It is well known now that the nuclear magnetic relaxation in magnetic materials (ferro- and antiferromagnets) as a rule is due to the hyperfine interactions of nuclear spins with magnons, phonons and conduction electrons .Author: S.V.
Ivanov, M.I. Kurkin, E.A. Turov. The discovery that nuclear magnetic resonance of a constituent atomic nucleus (NMR) could be observed in the hyperfine magnetic field (B hf) of a ferromagnetic solid was first reported for finely divided cobalt metal by Gossard and Portis in Using a marginal oscillator spectrometer they observed a single line at MHz, subsequently attributed to face centred Cited by: The second half of the book deals mainly with a description of magnetic phenomena and the underlying theory.
Ferro- para- and dia-magnetism are discussed in general. The details of ferromagnetic behavior as explained by domain theory occupy a chapter, as do the magnetic properties of crystals. The IEEE Press is pleased to reissue this essential book for understanding the basis of modern magnetic materials.
Diamagnetism, paramagnetism, ferromagnetism, ferrimagnetism, and antiferromagnetism are covered in an integrated manner -- unifying subject matter from physics, chemistry, metallurgy, and engineering. The 55Mn nuclear magnetic resonance spectrum of noncollinear sublattice antiferromagnet Mn3Al2Ge3O12 has been studied in the frequency range of – MHz in the external magnetic field H ‖  at T = K.
Three absorption lines have been observed in fields Nuclear magnetic resonance in ferro- and antiferromagnets book than the field Nuclear magnetic resonance in ferro- and antiferromagnets book the reorientation transition H c at the polarization h ‖ H of.
59 Co nuclear magnetic resonance studies of magnetic excitations in ferromagnetic nanowires Appl. Phys. Lett. 76, ( Nuclear magnetic resonance Thermal fluctuations Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Ferro- and Antiferromagnets (Halsted, New York, ).Cited by: 4.
d m m b r n d t d M M B R e d t. r r r r r r r r Where b (B), r (R), and γn (γe) are the magnetic field felt by the nucleus (electron), the relaxation of the nuclear (electronic) magnetization and gyromagnetic ratio of the nucleus (electron).
One branch exhibits a very strong frequency-field dependence. This dependence can be explained, to a first approximation, by the existing theory of the interaction of the electronic and nuclear subsystems [E. Turov and M. Petrov, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Ferro-and Antiferromagnets, Halstead Press, N.
Y., ].Cited by: 6. Advances in Magnetic Materials: Processing, Properties, and Performance discusses recent developments of magnetic materials, including fabrication, characterization and applications in the aerospace, biomedical, and semiconductors industries. With contributions by international professionals who possess broad and varied expertise, this volume encompasses both bulk Author: Elizaveta Motovilova, Shaoying Huang.
To demonstrate the potential of nuclear-magnetic-resonance (NMR) spectroscopy in investigating detailed structural properties in ferromagnetic materials, the allotropic phase transformation of. We investigated chalcopyrite Zn1−xMnxGeP2 polycrystals, which have been reported as a room-temperature ferromagnetic semiconductor, with Mn concentrations of x= and using 55Mn and 31P nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
The samples were made by the same process and showed the same crystallographic and magnetic behavior as Cited by: In materials that exhibit antiferromagnetism, the magnetic moments of atoms or molecules, usually related to the spins of electrons, align in a regular pattern with neighboring spins pointing in opposite directions.
This is, like ferromagnetism and ferrimagnetism, a manifestation of ordered magnetism. Generally, antiferromagnetic order may exist at sufficiently low.
The zero field 53Cr nuclear magnetic resonance was measured at low temperatures to investigate the interactions in the bond-frustrated S = 3/2 Heisenberg helimagnet ZnCr2Se4. A quadratic decrease Author: Sejun Park, Sangil Kwon, Soonchil Lee, Seunghyun Khim, Dilip Bhoi, Chang Bae Park, Kee Hoon Kim.
Ferromagnetic resonance, or FMR, is a spectroscopic technique to probe the magnetization of ferromagnetic materials. It is a standard tool for probing spin waves and spin dynamics.
FMR is very broadly similar to electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR), and also somewhat similar to nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), except that FMR probes the sample magnetization resulting from the magnetic. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) has played an extremely important role in solid-state research ever since its discovery.
Variable-temperature NMR is often employed to investigate the static and dynamic properties of materials. However, performing NMR at very low cryogenic temperatures requires careful design of the : D.
Arčon, I. Heinmaa, R. Stern. The nuclear magnetic resonance of 31 P in antiferromagnetic Mn 2 P 2 O 7 has been investigated at constant r.f. frequencies with the external field smaller than the spin-flop field.
Resonance measurements were made in a single crystal sample at liquid helium temperatures. Experimental data, including the angular dependence, the external field dependence, and the Cited by: 1.
of two nuclear spin waves by parallel pumping in CsMnF3, Journal of Applied Physics, 41 (3), – 32 Turov, E.A. and Petrov, M.P. () Nu-clear Magnetic Resonance in Ferro- and Antiferromagnets, Israel Program for Sci-entiﬁc Translations, Jerusalem.
33 Tulin, V.A. () Nuclear spin waves in magnetically ordered We report results of 75 As nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) experiments on a self-flux grown single crystal of BaFe 2 As 2.A first-order antiferromagnetic (AF) transition near K was detected by the splitting of NMR lines, which is accompanied by simultaneous structural transition as evidenced by a sudden large change of the electric field gradient tensor at the As by: Abstract.
A theoretical study is made on the nuclear spin relaxation in magnetic crystals near their Curie temperatures. The exchange narrowed hyperfine broadening of the NMR line width is shown to increase due to the slowing down of a certain part of the electron spin fluctuations as the transition point is approached, giving rise to the line width whose Cited by: Electric currents and the magnetic moments of elementary particles give rise to a magnetic field, which acts on other currents and magnetic moments.
The most familiar effects occur in ferromagnetic materials, which are strongly attracted by magnetic fields and can be magnetized to become permanent magnets. A series of nuclear magnetic resonance observations of 3d transition-metal ions in nonmetallic ferro- and antiferromagnets have been classified according to orbital multiplicity of electronic ground states in the crystal : Takeji KUBO.
The zero-field 55 Mn nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectra for antiferromagnetic α-Mn 2 O 3 were obtained at low temperatures. The Gaussian-shaped spectrum was positioned around MHz in the zero Cited by: 2. We present a detailed theory of light scattering by nuclear magnons in ferro- and antifer- romagnets.
Three mechanisms of coupling photons with nuclear spins are analyzed and compared. Calculations are developed for a one-nuclear magnon process and se- cond-order processes involving nuclear and electronic magnons in antiferromagnets.
We report results of 75As nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) experiments on a self-flux grown single crystal of BaFe2As2. A first-order antiferromagnetic (AF) transition near K was detected by the splitting of NMR lines, which is accompanied by simultaneous structural transition as evidenced by a sudden large change of the electric field gradient tensor at the As.
The IEEE Press is pleased to reissue this essential book for understanding the basis of modern magnetic materials. Diamagnetism, paramagnetism, ferromagnetism, ferrimagnetism, and antiferromagnetism are covered in an integrated manner -- unifying subject matter from physics, chemistry, metallurgy, and engineering.
Magnetic phenomena are Author: Allan H. Morrish. The book is divided into eight parts. After an introductory description of magnetic phenomena and magnetic measurements in Part I, the magnetism of atoms including nuclear magnetism and microscopic experiments on magnetism, such as neutron diffraction and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), is treated in Part II.
The Zeeman effect (/ ˈ z eɪ m ən /; Dutch pronunciation:), named after the Dutch physicist Pieter Zeeman, is the effect of splitting of a spectral line into several components in the presence of a static magnetic is analogous to the Stark effect, the splitting of a spectral line into several components in the presence of an electric similar to the Stark effect.
"In this book an extensive overview on the recent results obtained by means of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Muon Spin Rotation, Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Mossbauer spectroscopy is presented. The aim is to introduce the reader to these techniques and to give a general background on their application to molecular spin systems."--Jacket.
The NMR resonance frequency of magnetic materials is determined by the vector sum of the internal and external magnetic fields, and by the quadrupolar interaction if the nuclear spin I > 1/2.
The Author: Euna Jo, Euna Jo, Sejun Park, Jooseop Lee, Soonchil Lee, Jeong Hyun Shim, Takehito Suzuki, Takuro Ka. Dipoles randomize absorbing energy from lattice Sample cools down (adiabatic demagnetization) Nuclear Magnetic Resonance When the nuclear magnetic moment associated with a nuclear spin is placed in an external magnetic field, the different spin states are given different magnetic potential energies.
The paper is devoted to the problem of coupled electron-nuclear oscillations in ferromagnets of spheroidal shape with the frequencies in the vicinity of ferromagnetic and nuclear magnetic resonance. In this case, the spin-wave dynamic is described in the framework of the phenomenological model, the considered oscillations are the magnetostatic waves and satisfy Author: Borich, S P Savchenko.
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Walters AC, et al. Effect of covalent bonding on magnetism and the missing neutron intensity in copper oxide : Sejun Park, Sangil Kwon, Soonchil Lee, Seunghyun Khim, Dilip Bhoi, Chang Bae Park, Kee Hoon Kim. The ability to sense the magnetic state of individual magnetic nano-objects is a key capability for powerful applications ranging from readout of ultradense magnetic memory to the measurement of spins in complex structures with nanometer precision.
Magnetic nano-objects require extremely sensitive sensors and detection methods. We create an atomic spin Cited by:. Nuclear spin properties and conventions for chemical shifts (IUPAC reccomendations ) Pure Appl. Chem. 73, ().
Turov E. A. & Petrov M. P. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Ferro- and Antiferromagnets. Halsted Press, London ().Cited by: The IEEE Press is pleased to reissue this essential book for understanding the basis of modern magnetic materials.
Diamagnetism, paramagnetism, ferromagnetism, ferrimagnetism, and antiferromagnetism are covered in an integrated manner -- unifying subject matter from physics, chemistry, metallurgy, and engineering.magnons in ferro- and antiferromagnets can be studied .
It can be done most easily for the case of easy-plane antiferromagnets. The dispersion law of their magnons is nearly isotropic (and, accordingly, LK' > 0) and the four-magnon amplitudes T are negative (see ()) and are continuous functions of the wave vectors.