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Nuclear hyperfine interactions in tungsten

Elias S. Greenbaum

Nuclear hyperfine interactions in tungsten

as studied by the Mössbauer effect following coulomb excitation

by Elias S. Greenbaum

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Published in [New York?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hyperfine interactions.,
  • Tungsten -- Isotopes -- Spectra.,
  • Mössbauer effect.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Elias S. Greenbaum.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC762 .G74
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 107 l.
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5198829M
    LC Control Number75021893

      Purchase Nuclear Methods in Semiconductor Physics, Volume 25 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Book Edition: 1. Book Description. Optical Spectroscopy of Lanthanides: Magnetic and Hyperfine Interactions represents the sixth and final book by the late Brian Wybourne, an accomplished pioneer in the spectroscopy of rare earth ions, and Lidia Smentek, a leading theoretical physicist in the field. The book provides a definitive and up-to-date theoretical description of spectroscopic properties of lanthanides.

    References.- 3. Hyperfine Interaction Studies in Nuclear Physics.- Overview.- Hyperfine Hamiltonian and Nuclear Moments.- Atomic Isotope Shifts and Nuclear Mean-Square Radii.- Quadrupole Interactions and Nuclear Quadrupole Moments.- a) Quadrupole Interactions in Atoms.- b) Quadrupole Interaction Non-Cubic Lattices Abstract The Mössbauer technique has been used to study the nuclear hyperfine interactions and lifetimes in W (2 + state) and W (and states) with the following results: g()g(2 +)=+/ g()=+/ Q()Q(2 +)=+/ T 12 ()=+/ nsec; T 12 ()>~ quantities are discussed in terms of a rotation-particle interaction in W due to.

    @article{osti_, title = {Hyperfine interactions of trans-lead elements studied by nuclear radiations}, author = {Ansaldo, E J}, abstractNote = {The applications of nuclear radiation methods to the study of hyperfine interactions (hfi) for elements beyond Pb in the periodic table are reviewed. A general discussion of hfi is presented along with a review of specific methods. Electron Paramagnetic Resonance of the Tungsten Derivative of The tungsten center in the enzyme was found to act as an electron acceptor as judged by the emergence of a stable EPR signal ascribable to pentavalent tungsten under observation of nuclear hyperfine interactions of molybdenum. EPR of Tungsten-containing Sulfite Oxidase A.


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Nuclear hyperfine interactions in tungsten by Elias S. Greenbaum Download PDF EPUB FB2

Nuclear Hyperfine Interactions in Tungsten as Studied by the Moessbauer Effect Following Coulomb Excitation. In the Na atom the hyperfine interaction for the P state is much smaller than the one in the S ground state.

In poor resolution the hyperfine structure is observed in the form of a doublet, with relative intensities 5 and 3. From this observation derive the nuclear spin (see also Problem ).Author: Attilio Rigamonti, Pietro Carretta. Abstract. The Mössbauer technique has been used to study the nuclear hyperfine interactions and lifetimes in W (2 + state) and W (3/2- and 5/2- states) with the following.

Magnetic Hyperfine Interaction for Many-Electron Atoms. Determination of the Nuclear Spin from Magnetic Hyperfine Structure. Nuclear Level Splitting by the Magnetic Hyperfine Interaction. ELECTRIC QUADRUPOLE HYPERFINE INTERACTION.

General Expression. An Example of a Quadrupole Hyperfine Shift of Atomic Energy Levels. The perturbation, called nuclear hyperfine interactions, may be such that it only shifts the nuclear energy levels, as is.

the case in electric monopole interaction (e0), or such that it splits degenerate nuclear levels into sublevels without shifting the centroid of the multiplet, as is observed in electric quadrupole interaction (e2) and magnetic dipole interaction (m1).

Only these three kinds of interactions. Another source for spin relaxation is the hyperfine interaction. Hyperfine interaction originates from the interaction between a nucleus and its surrounding environment.

The hyperfine interactions may shift energy levels or lift their degeneracy. Generally, the electron spins interact with the nuclear spins. The perturbation, called nuclear hyperfine interaction, may be such that it shifts the nuclear energy levels, as is the case in the electric monopole interaction (e0), or such that it splits.

W e welcome you to participate in the International Conference on HYPERFINE Interactions and their Applications (HYPERFINE ), which will be held in Goa, India, FebruaryThis conference is a major international forum to present and discuss recent results and future directions in all aspects of hyperfine interactions including their application to problems in physics, chemistry.

Hyperfine structure (HFS) occurs as a result of the magnetic interaction between the electronic spin S and the nuclear spin I. The magnitude of this interaction is given by A called isotropic hyperfine coupling constant.

Hyperfine Interactions is an international journal devoted to research in the border regions of Solid-State Physics, Atomic Physics, Nuclear Physics and relevant Chemistry.

The interactions of atoms, ions, electrons and nuclei with their environments in solids, liquids, gases, plasmas and directed beams comprise a broad area of physical science in themselves. This volume deals with the interaction between moments of excited or radioactive nuclei and electromagnetic fields.

The experimental techniques developed for the observation of this hyperfine interaction are governed by the lifetime of the nuc­ lear states in question.

The dynamics of the. EVALUATION OF NUCLEAR ACTIVATION OF TUNGSTEN PLATES FOR FUTURE MODELING OF A MEDICAL ACCELERATOR BIN HAN, BRYAN BEDNARZ, YARON DANON, ROBERT BLOCK, and X. GEORGE XU* Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics, Troy, New York plate number from W~n,g!W interactions in the cylindrical tungsten File Size: KB.

Communication: Electric dipole moment and hyperfine interaction of tungsten monocarbide, WC Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Chemical Physics (20) May with 36 Reads.

INTRODUCTION TO NUCLEAR INTERACTIONS AND REACTIONS. Overview. Several Famous Early Nuclear Reactions. REACTION KINEMATICS. The Q Value Equation. Coulomb Barrier and Coulomb Excitation.

Examples of the Application of the Q Value Equation. Reaction Cross-Section. COULOMB EXCITATION, COMPOUND NUCLEUS REACTIONS, AND OTHER REACTIONS. Coulomb. THE identification of the ground states of the diatomic oxides of the transition metals presents interesting experimental1 and theoretical2 problems, Cited by: The effect of reducing electron–nuclear hyperfine interactions in TTF +•-ANI-PI 2-• relative to TTF +•-ANI-PI-• on decoherence of multiple-quantum coherences has been measured by pulse-EPR spectroscopy.

This contribution is especially relevant in the absence of modulation of exchange or dipolar interactions, as with the RP at a fixed Cited by: 3. Hyperfine structure: Nuclear moments oThe energy splitting of the hyperfine interaction is given by where a is the hyperfine structure constant.

oE.g., consider the ground state of H-atom. Nucleus consists of a single proton, so I = 1/2. The hydrogen ground state2is the 1s S 1/2 term, which has J = 1/2. Spin of the electron can beFile Size: KB. the hyperfine field at tungsten nuclei in iron was found to be ±25 kOe. The hyperfine Interaction for Fe.

in these alloys was also measured, and the results are compared with measurements on alloys of Fe with other 5d impurities and with neutron diffraction measurements. Size: 1MB. Abstract. The Mössbauer technique has been used to study the nuclear hyperfine interactions and lifetimes in W (2 + state) and W (and states) with the following results: g()g(2 +)=+/ g()=+/ Q()Q(2 +)=+/ T 12 ()=+/ nsec; T 12 ()>~ quantities are discussed in terms of a rotation-particle interaction in W due.

International conference on Hyperfine Interactions and their Applications, HYPERFINEwhich takes place at the International Center, Goa from 10th until 15th February, HYPERFINE is the major international forum to present and discuss recent results and future directions in all aspects and applications of hyperfine interactions.

In atoms, hyperfine structure arises from the energy of the nuclear magnetic dipole moment interacting with the magnetic field generated by the electrons and the energy of the nuclear electric quadrupole moment in the electric field gradient due to the distribution of charge within the atom.

Molecular hyperfine structure is generally dominated by these two effects, but also includes the energy associated with the interaction .It represents the interaction of the nucleus as a point charge and the potential at the nuclear site This term contributes a constant value to the potential energy of the crystal; it is of no interest Electric Hyperfine Interactions The second term represents the electric dipole interaction, and vanishes due to symmetry of the nuclear charge.Nuclear hyperfine interactions in W^(), W^(), and Pt^() as studies by the Mossbauer effectAuthor: David George Agresti.