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Hydrogen atoms in solid xenon: Trapping site structure, distribution, and stability as revealed by EPR studies in monoisotopic and isotopically enriched xenon matrices
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10.1063/1.2933366
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A low-field part of the EPR spectrum of system irradiated with fast electrons at directly after irradiation and after annealing for at given temperatures. All the spectra were measured at . The arrows indicate the positions of lines from metastable trapping sites appearing under annealing.

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A low-field part of the ESR spectrum of H atoms produced from irradiation of containing 4.3% of and the powder simulation of anisotropic signal from (see text for details). Irradiation and spectra measurements were performed at .

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A low-field part of the ESR spectrum of H atoms produced from irradiation of acetylene in a matrix containing 86.2% of at and powder simulation of the spectrum expected for the trapping site (see text for details). The bottom spectrum shows effect of annealing ( at ). The spectra were measured at .

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Schematic representation of different magnetic configurations of octahedral traps, which were considered for the matrix containing 86.2% of isotope. The black balls depict the H atoms, gray balls the magnetic atoms, and white balls the nonmagnetic xenon atoms (, see text for further explanation)

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Scitation: Hydrogen atoms in solid xenon: Trapping site structure, distribution, and stability as revealed by EPR studies in monoisotopic and isotopically enriched xenon matrices
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/128/21/10.1063/1.2933366
10.1063/1.2933366
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