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2nd Edition - January 1, 1958
Authors: H. Kopferman, E. E. Schneider
Editor: H. S. W. Massey
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Nuclear Moments focuses on the processes, methodologies, reactions, and transformations of molecules and atoms, including magnetic resonance and nuclear moments. The book first… Read more
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Nuclear Moments focuses on the processes, methodologies, reactions, and transformations of molecules and atoms, including magnetic resonance and nuclear moments. The book first offers information on nuclear moments in free atoms and molecules, including theoretical foundations of hyperfine structure, isotope shift, spectra of diatomic molecules, and vector model of molecules. The manuscript then takes a look at nuclear moments in liquids and crystals. Discussions focus on nuclear paramagnetic and magnetic resonance and nuclear quadrupole resonance. The text discusses nuclear moments and nuclear models, as well as simple conclusions from experimental data and graphical representations of nuclear models and moments. An explanation of symbols used in the manuscript is also presented. The book is a dependable reference for readers interested in the study of nuclear moments.
ContentsAuthor's Preface to the German EditionPreface to the English EditionChapter I. Nuclear moments in free atoms 1.Survey of Experimental Methods I.The Theoretical Foundations of Hyperfine Structure 2.Magnetic Interaction Between Atomic Nucleus and Orbital Electrons 3.Electrostatic Interaction Between the Nucleus of an Atom and its Orbital Electrons 4.The Hyperfine Structure Multiplet 5.The Effect of an External Magnetic Field on the Hyperfine Structure Multiplet 6.Perturbation Due t Mutual Interaction Between Hfs States 7.Transitions Between Hyperfine Structure Levels II.The Determination of A,B,I,and g A.Hyperfine Structure Investigations by Atomic Beam Methods 8.Theoretical Foundations of Atomic Beam Experiments 9.Technique of Atomic and Molecular Beam Experiments 10.Intensity Distributions in Atomic Beams 11.Older Atomic Beam Experiments 12.Rotating Magnetic Fields 13.Molecular Beam Radio-Frequency Spectrometers 14.Radio-Frequency Spectroscopy of 2S½ and 2P½ States 15.Radio-Frequency Spectroscopy of Rare Isotopes in 2S½ States 16.Radio-Frequency Spectroscopy of 2P 3/2 and other States B.Optical Hyperfine Structure Investigations 17.The Experimental Arrangement 18.Analysis of Hyperfine Structures 19.Determination of the Nuclear Spin 20.Determination of the Sign of the Nuclear Magnetic Moment 21.Determination of A and B 22.Influence of Isotopes on the Hfs of Atomic Spectral Lines 23.Hfs Investigations with Separated Isotopes 24.The Double Resonance MethodIII.The Determination of µ and Q A.Determination of µ1 From A 25.Determination of the a-Factors for Hydrogenic Orbitals 26.Determination of the a-Factors for Alkali-Like and Earth-Like Configurations 27.The A-Factors of Alkaline Earth Like Electron Configurations. Treatment by the Correspondence Principle 28.The Magnetic Interaction Between Electrons and Nucleus by the Method of Energy Sums 29.Quantum-Mechanical Treatment of the A-Factors of Alkaline Earth-Like Electron Configurations B.The Determination of Q From B 30.The Calculation of ϕii(0)for Alkali-Like States 31.The Calculation of ϕJJ(0)for the Electron Configurations sl 32.Discussion of Methods and ResultsIV.The Isotope Shift 33.The Mass-Dependent Isotope Shift 34.Theory of the Isotope Shift of Heavy Elements 35.Screening Effects 36.Experimental Data on the Isotope Shift of Heavy Elements 37.DiscussionofResults183Chapter II. Nuclear Moments in Free Molecules 38.Historical Survey 39.On the Spectra of Diatomic Molecules 40.The Hfs of the Rotational States of Diamagnetic Diatomic Molecules and the Effect of External Fields 41.Magnetic Molecular Beam Radio-Frequency Resonance Spectroscopy 42.Electric Molecular Beam Radio-Frequency Spectroscopy 43.The Measurement of the Magnetic Moment of the Neutron 44.The Spectra of Polyatomic Molecules 45.Microwave Spectroscopy 46.The Hfs of the Rotational Lines of Diamagnetic Molecules 47.The Zeeman Effect of the Hfs of Rotational Lines 48.Estimate of the Electric Field Gradient in MoleculesChapter III. Nuclear Moments in Liquids and Crystals 49. Survey I. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 50.Theoretical Foundations of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 51.Slow Passage Through Resonance 52.The Effect of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance on Associated Oscillatory Circuits 53.The Effect of Nuclear Quadrupole Moments on Nuclear Resonance 54.Bloch's Undamped Solution 55.On Relaxation Times 56.Spin Echos 57.Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Metals 58.Results of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Investigations II. Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance 59.Foundations of the Method 60.The Measurement of Pure Nuclear Quadrupole Frequencies 61.Results of Nuclear QuadrupoleResonanceInvestigations 62.The Zeeman Effect of Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance III.Paramagnetic resonance 63.Introduction 64.The Zeeman Effect of the Electronic Ground States of Paramagnetic Ions in Crystals 65.The Hyperfine Structure of Paramagnetic Ions inCrystals 66.The Paramagnetic Resonance ExperimentsChapter IV. Nuclear Moments and Nuclear Models 67.Simple Conclusions from the Experimental Data 68.The Nuclear Shell Model 69.Comparison of the Shell Model with Experimental Results 70.The Light Nuclei 71.The Odd-Odd Nuclei 72.The Deformation of Nuclei 73.Applications of the Nuclear ModelsVarious TablesExplanation of SymbolReferencesElement Index Author IndexSubject Index