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By A. Abragam

This publication is a reissue of a vintage Oxford textual content, and gives a finished therapy of electron paramagnetic resonance of ions of the transition teams. The emphasis is on simple rules, with a variety of references to courses containing extra experimental effects and extra certain advancements of the idea. An introductory survey provides a normal figuring out, and a normal survey provides such themes because the classical and quantum resonance equations, the spin-Hamiltonian, Endor, spin-spin and spin-lattice interactions, including an summary of the identified behaviour of ions of every of the 5 transition teams, on the experimentalist's point. ultimately a theoretical survey, utilizing team idea and symmetry houses, discusses the basics of the speculation of paramagnetism.

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79 12. References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Not all of the limitations of crystal field theory may be ascribed to the neglect of metal-ligand electron exchange, as is often assumed. A first-order independent-systems treatment of one-electron quantities takes one of two limiting forms. Either the ligands perturb the metal-ion, as in crystal field theory, or the metal-ion perturbs the ligands, as the ligand-polarization model assumes. The crystal field treatment of d - d and f - f transition energies has been found to be more successful than that of the corresponding transition probabilities where the ligand polarization model proves to be the more appropriate.

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