By H. Chihara, N. Nakamura (auth.), H. Chihara (eds.)
Volume III/39 keeps the compilation of nuclear quadrupole resonance spectroscopy info of sturdy ingredients which begun in with volumes III/20 and III/31. The literature from the start of nuclear quadrupole resonance spectroscopy in 1951 to 1996 is roofed. integrated are the knowledge for elements studied for the 1st time, in addition to facts for components already found in the former volumes if the information released there will be accomplished or greater by means of new experiences. In overall there are greater than 10.000 elements within the volumes, displaying the scope and value of nuclear quadrupole resonance spectroscopy as much as contemporary occasions. a number of, minor adjustments are defined within the creation (chapter 1). quantity III/39 will be consulted with out recourse to its predecessor as the whole advent and basic tables are repeated from III/20 and III/31.
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9 Eigenvalues for the nuclear quadrupole resonance spectra for Z = 7/2 resonance spectra for Z = 712 The secular equation for the nuclear quadrupole interaction energy E for the nuclear spin Z = 712 may be written in the dimensionless forma) E’4 - 42 (1 + $/3) E” - 64 (1 - n2) E’ + 105 (1 + r~‘/3)~ = 0 after introduction E’ = (17) of the (dimensionless) relative energy E 3rce2Qq/4Z(2Z- E 1) =~e~Qq/28 (18) . 001. In this table IY;,~,Et,, , Ei,, and Ei,, are the relative energy eigenvalues (or the energy eigenvalues E,,2, E,,, , E,,2 and E,,, over the unit tce2Qq/28) for the spin states A4, = f 712, f 512, f 312, f 112.
20) The dimensionless Parameters A = 28/(E;,, - E;,2) B = 28/(E;,, - E;,2) (21) C = 28/(E;,, - Eii2) as well as the ratios R, = v31v2 = B/A = (EGi2- E;,2)l(E;,2 - Eii2) (22) R2 = v,Iv, = C/B = (E;,, - E;,2)l(E;,2 - E;,2) are given in the table, in dependence on n. All these Parameters may be used to determine rce2Qq/h and n from the set of experimental resonance frequencies, and vice versa. H. Cohen: Phys. Rev. 96 (1954) 1278.
All these Parameters may be used to determine rce2Qq/h and n from the set of experimental resonance frequencies, and vice versa. H. Cohen: Phys. Rev. 96 (1954) 1278.
Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Spectroscopy Data by H. Chihara, N. Nakamura (auth.), H. Chihara (eds.)