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Low-temperature nuclear orientation

Low-temperature nuclear orientation

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Published by North-Holland, Sole distributors for the U.S.A. and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear orientation.,
  • Low temperatures.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    Statementeditors, N.J. Stone, H. Postma.
    ContributionsStone, N. J., Postma, H.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC793.3.S6 L67 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 1007 p. :
    Number of Pages1007
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2719189M
    ISBN 100444869948
    LC Control Number86012503

    Low-temperature nuclear orientation study of atomic nuclei. By Jaromir Slesinger. Abstract. Topics: 20C - Nuclear physics, particle accelerators, 20D - Atomic physics, molecular physics, NUCLEAR PHYSICS, PARTICLE DETECTION Author: Jaromir Slesinger. Hyperfine interactions studied by low temperature nuclear orientation Author: Borges de Araujo, M. A. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Oxford Current Institution: University of Oxford Date of Award: Availability of Full Text: Author: Borges de Araujo.

    A new Brute Force Low-Temperature Nuclear Orientation set-up has been installed. The aim of this new apparatus is to search for a tensor component in the weak interaction. The set-up consists mainly of a HeHe-4 dilution refrigerator equipped with a 17 T superconducting magnet to orient nuclei and a Si PIN photodiode operating at a Cited by: 6. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more.

      1. Phys Rev B Condens Matter. May 1;49(17) Low-temperature nuclear orientation on the Kondo system CexNd1-xNi. Oliveira IS, Nishimura K, Stone NJ, Isikawa Y, Zákouck D, Doran by: 4. Currently in the U.S. there are 65 nuclear power plants operating nuclear reactors (see Figure ). The last reactor to come into service was the Tennessee Valley Authority's (TVA) Watts BarFile Size: 1MB.


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Abstract. An unusually large attenuation (approximately %) in the low temperature nuclear orientation directional gamma anisotropy from unannealed Low-temperature nuclear orientation book neutron irradiated single crystal ( Tb)TbNiAl 4 has been observed in the region of saturation of the second order nuclear orientation coefficient, B is suggested that the form of the remanent neutron activation recoil damage in Cited by: 2.

A low temperature nuclear orientation experiment is essentially a two step process which will be outlined very briefly here. The interested reader or student is referred to the LTNO ‘blue book’ [2] for significantly more detail. Step one requires thermal orientation of nuclei, either the nuclear magnetic dipole moments via an interactionFile Size: KB.

The possibilities and also restrictions of the low-temperature nuclear orientation method are shown and are illustrated by our results. The most possibilities offered by the nuclear orientation study were used, and here we shown some examples including the observation of the space reflection property.

Using the Low-Temperature Nuclear Orientation (LTNO) technique one can study various interesting properties of atomic nuclei and nuclear decay which can be deduced from the measurements of the.

Low-temperature nuclear orientation (NO) is presented as a Low-temperature nuclear orientation book tool to study the behaviour of rare earth (RE) ionic magnetic moments in magnetic multilayers. Low temperature nuclear orientation experiments offer multi-faceted information on nuclear physics provided the solid state parameters are known and vice versa.

The NICOLE facility has yielded a wealth of results in both areas of physics over the years. The basis of the low temperature nuclear orientation technique is summarized.

The present limitations on accessible temperatures and the orders of magnitude of hyperfine interactions in the metallic systems currently studied are discussed : N. Stone. Nuclear Orientation Thermometry H. Marshak National Burean of Standards, Washington, DC Accepted: February 1, Low temperature nuclear orientation thermometry, in particular y-ray anisotrwpy therimometry, is discussed both from a theoretical and practical point of view.

Detailed information is given on the most often. CHAPTER 9 APPLICATION OF LOW TEMPERATURE NUCLEAR ORIENTATION TO METALS WITH MAGNETIC IMPURITIES BY J. FLOUQUET Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, Orsay, France Progress in Low Temperature Physics, Volume VIIB Edited by D.F.

Brewer 0North-Holland Publishing Company, Contents Introduction 1. Comments on nuclear orientation Cited by: 3. Gd fused in gadolinium metal have been oriented at low temperature.

The main results are: ¦ μ(Gd,7/2−¦=(6)μN, ¦μ(Gd,7/2−¦= (6)μN and I(Eu, keV)=7/2. Some M1/E2 and E2/M3 mixing ratios in Eu daughter nuclei are also by: 3.

The on-line low temperature nuclear orientation facility NICOLE T Ohtsubo1, S Roccia2, N J Stone3,4, J R Stone3,4, C Gaulard2, U Köster5, J Nikolov6, G S Simpson7 and M Veskovic6 1 Department of Physics, Niigata University, Niigata –, Japan 2 CSNSM, Université Paris Sud, CNRS/IN2P3, Université Paris Saclay, F Orsay, France 3 Department of Physics and Astronomy, University.

A new Brute force low-temperature nuclear orientation set-up to search for physics beyond the standard electroweak model. Low temperature nuclear orientation Book Postma, H.

; Stone, N.J. This book surveys the many aspects of the low temperature nuclear orientation method. The angular distribution of radioactive emissions from nuclei oriented by hyperfine interactions in.

Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment VolumeIssue 1, 11 FebruaryPages Nuclear orientation of 3 H with ionisation and calorimetric detectors at low temperatures and in high fieldsAuthor: A Van Geert, J Camps, P De Moor, P Schuurmans, N Severijns, L Vanneste, M Glugla.

This book will be difficult to get, so to a large extent this review will be unnecessary. A search will however find an online version for download.

es covers the techniques of dynamic nuclear orientation, and the reasons for using it in analysis as well as the theoretical background.5/5(1). It is demonstrated that the low temperature nuclear orientation technique can be used to determine the axes of quantization in a multiaxial ordered ensemble of nuclear spins.

Expressions for the anisotropic γ-ray intensity from particular geometries are derived for. A review is given of the techniques associated with low-temperature thermal equilibrium nuclear orientation, detected using nuclear radiations.

Following an introductory section that includes a historical summary, a brief description of the formalism and of some experimental aspects of nuclear orientation Cited by: But the way to this book of about pages was actually much longer and of course on this way I have met many people who helped me to achieve this result and surely without their support the story Low-Temperature Nuclear Orientation Formalism Absorption Mössbauer spectra were measured on low temperature (6 21 mK) oriented nuclei.

For magnetic orientation this method allows the determination of the sign of the parent state magnetic moment. The method enables the determination of the parent state quadrupole coupling even for a polycrystalline sample.

Signs of ground state magnetic moments forPt. Applications of low temperature nuclear orientation Applications of low temperature nuclear orientation Hutchison, Wayne The techniques of low temperature nuclear orientation (LTNO) and nuclear magnetic resonance on oriented nuclei (NMRON) are versatile tools used across a range of applications.

Such applications include nuclear moment and hyperfine field. Low temperature nuclear orientation thermometry, in particular gamma-ray anisotropy thermometry, is discussed both from a theoretical and practical point of view. Detailed information is given on the most often used gamma-ray anisotropy thermometers, along with a comprehensive description of the gamma-ray anisotropy technique.

An unusually large attenuation (approximately 50%) in the low temperature nuclear orientation directional gamma anisotropy from unannealed thermal neutron irradiated single crystal (Tb)TbNiAl4 has been observed in the region of saturation of the second order nuclear orientation coefficient, B2.

It is suggested that the form of the remanent neutron activation recoil damage in .