Amplitude dependence of single-pulse nuclear echo in EuFeO ferrimagnetic

Kuz'min, V.; Kolesenko, V.
July 2012
Journal of Applied Spectroscopy;Jul2012, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p390
Academic Journal
An analytical expression for the amplitude of a single-pulse nuclear echo signal in an EuFeO ferrimagnetic that takes into account nonresonant excitation conditions, inhomogeneous broadening of the spectroscopic transition, and inhomogeneous distribution of the enhancement factor was obtained. The amplitude of the single-pulse echo signal as a function of the radio-frequency detuning from the NMR frequency was theoretically established to have two peaks. The analytical description of the behavior of the single-pulse echo signal agreed well with experimental data observed in the EuFeO ferrimagnetic.


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