- 1. Phys. Rev. B 74, 184108 (2006) , “Interpreting Mössbauer spectra reflecting an infinite number of sites: An application to Fe1−xSi synthesized by pulsed laser annealing”, A. Falepin, S. Cottenier, C. M. Comrie, and A. VantommeWe present a study on the interpretation of conversion electron Mössbauer spectra reflecting an infinite number of sites, in casu Mössbauer spectroscopy on Fe1−xSi layers on Si, synthesized by pulsed laser annealing. These spectra display a broad... (Read more)
- 2. Phys. Rev. B 74, 054111 (2006) , “EPR investigation of iron-related centers in 57Fe-doped KTaO3”, P. G. Baranov, A. G. Badalyan, D. V. Azamat, V. A. Trepakov, A. P. Bundakova, E. A. Ruzanova, V. S. Vikhnin, H. Hesse, and S. E. KapphanThree dominant iron centers are studied in the as-grown 57Fe-doped single KTaO3 crystals. For each of the centers, which were labeled as rhombic FeTa3+ and two axial Fe-related centers FeK3+-OI and (Fe). The... (Read more)
- 3. Phys. Rev. B 37, 7268 (1988) , “Electron-nuclear double resonance of titanium in silicon: 47Ti and 49Ti ENDOR”, D. A. van Wezep, C. A. J. AmmerlaanThe electron-nuclear double-resonance spectra of interstitial 47Ti+ and 49Ti+ in silicon have been measured at 4.2 K. Spin Hamiltonians for these systems were determined and had to include hyperfine contributions of the type S3I and... (Read more)
- 4. Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 46, 227 (1985) , “Defect Identification in Silicon Using Electron Nuclear Double Redonance”, C. A. J. Ammerlaan, M. Sprenger, R. van Kemp, D. A. van Wezep.The application of electron nuclear double resonance (ENDOR) for identification and characterization of point defects in silicon is reviewed. Taking the vacancy and the boron-vacancy complex as examples it is discussed how ENDOR can provide information on the atomic and electronic structure of paramagnetic centers.
- An electron-nuclear double resonance study has been made on the spectrum of neutral iron atoms in silicon. These measurements lead to a value of +0.0903±0.0007 nm for the magnetic moment of Fe57. (Read more)
- The spin of the stable isotope Fe57 has been directly observed to be 1/2 from the electron spin resonance spectrum of iron-doped silicon.Samples were prepared by alloying several milligrams of ironenriched to contain 84.1% Fe57 onto silicon crystals 3mmÃ—3mmÃ—10mm.The... (Read more)
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