Spin-lattice relaxations of 9Be and 27Al in single crystalline alexandrite

Yeom, Tae Ho; Hong, Kwan Soo; Yu, Insuk; Shin, Hee Won; Choh, Sung Ho
September 1997
Journal of Applied Physics;9/1/1997, Vol. 82 Issue 5, p2472
Academic Journal
Investigates nuclear spin-lattice relaxations of 9Be and 27Al in an alexandrite single crystal in the temperature range 140 K to 400 K. Paramagnetic impurity effect on the relaxation; Excitation of the whole resonance lines; Magnetization recovery.


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