- Conference date: 29 Aug - 1 Sep 1999
- Location: Kobe-Sanda (Japan)
A lanthanoid ion, doped in a single crystal with cubic symmetry has been studied by an Electron Spin Transient Nutation (ESTN) method based on pulsed ESR spectroscopy. In a two-dimensional ESTN spectrum of the ion, the nutation frequencies indicated the dependence of hyperfine ESR transitions as well as of spin quantum number S and manifolds. It is demonstrated that the 2D-ESTN method discriminates the hyperfine allowed ESR transitions from the hyperfine forbidden ones. Such discrimination of the ESR transitions enables us to make facile assignments of complicated ESR spectra. The nutation frequencies observed for the hyperfine allowed and forbidden transitions were quantitatively understood with the help of reduced rotation matrix elements.
- Electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy
- Electron spectroscopy
- Single crystals
- Electron doped superconductors
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