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    Electron spin resonance : a comprehensive treatise on experimental techniques

    Poole, Charles P., Jr
    New York : Dover Publ.
    1996
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    Titre: Electron spin resonance : a comprehensive treatise on experimental techniques / Charles P. Poole
    Auteur: Poole, Charles P., Jr
    Edition: 2nd ed.
    Editeur: New York : Dover Publ.
    Date: 1996
    Collation: 780 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
    Note: This Dover ed. is an unabridged and slightly corr. republ. of the 2nd ed. (1983, a Wiley-interscience publ.) of the work.
    Classification: LC QC763
    Identifiant: 0486694445 (pbk) (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb39110302h (URN)
    No RERO: R272838260
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    ChemInform Abstract: Sensitivity in ESR Measurements

    Rinard, George A., Eaton, Sandra S., Eaton, Gareth R., Poole, Charles P., Jr., Farach, Horacio A.
    ChemInform, 11 April 2000, Vol.31(15), pp.no-no [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    The theory of magnetic resonance

    Poole, Charles P., Jr
    Farach, Horacio A
    New York ; London [etc.] : Wiley-Interscience
    [1972]
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    Titre: The theory of magnetic resonance / Charles P. Poole and Horacio A. Farach
    Auteur: Poole, Charles P., Jr
    Contributeur: Farach, Horacio A
    Editeur: New York ; London [etc.] : Wiley-Interscience
    Date: [1972]
    Collation: XV, 452 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
    Sujet RERO: Résonance magnétique nucléaire
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    Classification: LC QC762
    Identifiant: 0471693839 (ISBN)
    No RERO: 1979069
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    Classical mechanics

    Goldstein, Herbert
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    Introduction to renormalization group methods in physics

    Creswick, Richard J
    Farach, Horacio A, Poole, Charles P., Jr
    New York ; Chichester [etc.] : J. Wiley & Sons
    [1992]
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    Titre: Introduction to renormalization group methods in physics / R.J. Creswick, H.A. Farach, C.P. Poole, JR
    Auteur: Creswick, Richard J
    Contributeur: Farach, Horacio A; Poole, Charles P., Jr
    Editeur: New York ; Chichester [etc.] : J. Wiley & Sons
    Date: [1992]
    Collation: XIV, 409 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
    Note: A Wiley-Interscience publication
    Classification: IPHYS 220-129
    Identifiant: 047160013X (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb37404288s (URN)
    No RERO: 1579430
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    Superconductivity

    Poole, Charles P., Jr
    Farach, Horacio A, Creswick, Richard J
    San Diego ; New York [etc.] : Academic Press
    [1995]
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    Titre: Superconductivity / Charles P. Poole Jr., Horacio A. Farach, Richard J. Creswick
    Auteur: Poole, Charles P., Jr
    Contributeur: Farach, Horacio A; Creswick, Richard J
    Editeur: San Diego ; New York [etc.] : Academic Press
    Date: [1995]
    Collation: XV, 620 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
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    Classification: LC QC611.95
    Identifiant: 0125614551 (hdb) (ISBN); 012561456X (pbk) (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb37473420x (URN)
    No RERO: 2084018
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    Superconductivity.

    Poole, Charles P., Jr,
    Ebook Central Perpetual and DDA titles (ProQuest)
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    Titre: Superconductivity.
    Auteur: Poole, Charles P., Jr;
    Contributeur: Creswick, Richard J.; Farach, Horacio A.; Prozorov, Ruslan.
    Edition: 2nd ed..
    Editeur: San Diego: Elsevier Science & Technology
    Date: 2007
    Sujet: Superconductivity
    Description: Superconductivity, 2E is an encyclopedic treatment of all aspects of the subject, from classic materials to fullerenes. Emphasis is on balanced coverage, with a comprehensive reference list and significant graphicsfrom all areas of the published literature. Widely used theoretical approaches are explained in detail. Topics of special interest include high temperature superconductors, spectroscopy, critical states, transport properties, and tunneling. This book covers the whole field of superconductivity from both the theoretical and the experimental point of view. - Comprehensive coverage of the field of superconductivity - Very up-to date on magnetic properties, fluxons, anisotropies, etc. - Over 2500 references to the literature - Long lists of data on the various types of superconductors.
    Front Cover -- Superconductivity -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Preface to the First Edition -- Preface to the Second Edition -- Chapter 1 Properties of the Normal State -- I. Introduction -- II. Conduction Electron Transport -- III. Chemical Potential and Screening -- IV. Electrical Conductivity -- V. Frequency Dependent Electrical Conductivity -- VI. Electron-Phonon Interaction -- VII. Resistivity -- VIII. Thermal Conductivity -- IX. Fermi Surface -- X. Energy Gap and Effective Mass -- XI. Electronic Specific Heat -- XII. Phonon Specific Heat -- XIII. Electromagnetic Fields -- XIV. Boundary Conditions -- XV. Magnetic Susceptibility -- XVI. Hall Effect -- Further Reading -- Problems -- Chapter 2 Phenomenon of Superconductivity -- I. Introduction -- II. Brief History -- III. Resistivity -- A. Resistivity above Tc -- B. Resistivity Anisotropy -- C. Anisotropy Determination -- D. Sheet Resistance of Films: Resistance Quantum -- IV. Zero Resistance -- A. Resistivity Drop at Tc --...
    III. Discontinuity at TC -- IV. Specific Heat below TC -- V. Density of States and Debye Temperature -- VI. Thermodynamic Variables -- VII. Thermodynamics of a Normal Conductor -- VIII. Thermodynamics of a Superconductor -- IX. Superconductor in Zero Field -- X. Superconductor in a Magnetic Field -- XI. Normalized Thermodynamic Equations -- XII. Specific Heat in a Magnetic Field -- XIII. Further Discussion of the Specific Heat -- XIV. Order of the Transition -- XV. Thermodynamic Conventions -- XVI. Concluding Remarks -- Problems -- Chapter 5 Magnetic Properties -- I. Introduction -- II. Susceptibility -- III. Magnetization and Magnetic Moment -- IV. Magnetization Hysteresis -- V. Zero Field Cooling and Field Cooling -- VI. Granular Samples and Porosity -- VII. Magnetization Anisotropy -- VIII. Measurement Techniques -- IX. Comparison of Susceptibility and Resistivity Results -- X. Ellipsoids in Magnetic Fields -- XI. Demagnetization Factors -- XII. Measured Susceptibilities -- XIII. Sphere...
    B. Solutions for Short Distances -- C. Solution for Large Distances -- Further Reading -- Problems -- Chapter 7 BCS Theory -- Introduction -- II. Cooper Pairs -- III. The BCS Order Parameter -- IV. The BCS Hamiltonian -- V. The Bogoliubov Transformation -- VI. The Self-Consistent Gap Equation -- A. Solution of the Gap Equation Near Tc -- B. Solution At T = 0 -- C. Nodes of the Order Parameter -- D. Single Band Singlet Pairing -- E. S-Wave Pairing -- F. Zero-Temperature Gap -- G. D-Wave Order Parameter -- H. Multi-Band Singlet Pairing -- VII. Response of a Superconductor to a Magnetic Field -- Appendix A. Derivation of the Gap Equation Near Tc -- Further Reading -- Chapter 8 Cuprate Crystallographic Structures -- I. Introduction -- II. Perovskites -- A. Cubic Form -- B. Tetragonal Form -- C. Orthorhombic Form -- D. Planar Representation -- III. Perovskite-Type Superconducting Structures -- IV. Aligned YBa2Cu3O7 -- A. Copper Oxide Planes -- B. Copper Coordination -- C. Stacking Rules -- D....
    III. Magnesium Diboride -- A. Structure -- B. Physical Properties -- C. Anisotropies -- D. Fermi Surfaces -- E. Energy Gaps -- IV. Borocarbides and Boronitrides -- A. Crystal Structure -- B. Correlations of Superconducting Properties with Structure Parameters -- C. Density of States -- D. Thermodynamic and Electronic Properties -- E. Magnetic Interactions -- F. Magnetism of HoNi2B2C -- V. Perovskites -- A. Barium-Potassium-Bismuth Cubic Perovskite -- B. Magnesium-Carbon-Nickel Cubic Perovskite -- C. Barium-Lead-Bismuth Lower Symmetry Perovskite -- VI. Charge-Transfer Organics -- VII. Buckminsterfullerenes -- VIII. Symmetry of the Order Parameter in Unconventional Superconductors -- A. Symmetry of the Order Parameter in Cuprates -- a. Hole-doped high-Tc cuprates -- b. Electron-doped cuprates -- B. Organic Superconductors -- C. Influence of Bandstructure on Superconductivity -- a. MgB2 -- b. NbSe2 -- c. CaAlSi -- D. Some Other Superconductors -- a. Heavy-fermion superconductors -- b. Borocarbides...
    V. Band Structure of Mercury Cuprates -- VI. Band Structures of Lanthanum, Bismuth, and Thallium Cuprates -- A. Orbital States -- B. Energy Bands and Density of States -- VII. Fermi Liquids -- VIII. Fermi Surface Nesting -- IX. Charge-Density Waves, Spin-Density Waves, and Spin Bags -- X. Mott-Insulator Transition -- XI. Discussion -- Further Reading -- Problems -- Chapter 11 Type I Superconductivity and the Intermediate State -- I. Introduction -- II. Intermediate State -- III. Surface Fields and Intermediate-State Configurations -- IV. Type I Ellipsoid -- V. Susceptibility -- VI. Gibbs Free Energy for the Intermediate State -- VII. Boundary-Wall Energy and Domains -- VIII. Thin Film in Applied Field -- IX. Domains in Thin Films -- X. Current-Induced Intermediate State -- XI. Recent Developments in Type I Superconductivity -- A. History and General Remarks -- B. The Intermediate State -- C. Magneto-Optics with In-Plane Magnetization - a Tool to Study Flux Patterns -- D. AC Response in...
    D. Onset of Motion.
    Identifiant: 9780080550480 (E-ISBN); 9780120887613 (ISBN); 9780120887613 (ISBN)

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    OPTICAL AND MAGNETIC RESONANCE STUDY OF TRANSITION METAL MIXED CRYSTALS

    Poole,Charles P. , Jr
    United States Defense Technical Information Center
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    Titre: OPTICAL AND MAGNETIC RESONANCE STUDY OF TRANSITION METAL MIXED CRYSTALS
    Auteur: Poole,Charles P. , Jr
    Contributeur: South Carolina Univ Columbia Dept Of Physics (Corporate Author)
    Sujet: Solid State Physics ; (Solid Solutions ; Electron Paramagnetic Resonance) ; Band Theory Of Solids ; Mossbauer Effect ; Single Crystals ; Alumina ; Spinel ; Oxides ; Chromium Compounds ; Semiconductors ; Lasers ; Masers ; Cryogenics ; Crystals ; Optical Spectra ; Turquoise
    Description: The report covers research carried out on several mixed-crystal systems. (1) Manganese spinels were studied over the entire concentration range of (Mg,Mn)Al2O4. The electron spin resonance (ESR) spectrum arising from isolated Mn+2 ions at low concentration was characterized by a narrow -1/2 (arrow) 1/2 sextet and four other broader overlapping fine structure sextets. (2) The Anderson model for exchange narrowing was solved for spins I = 1, 3/2, 2, 5/2 and the results employed to explain the spinel data. (3) Single crystals of chromia alumina were studied at about 50 and about 75 mole per cent chromia. The former exhibited typical ruby D-term anisotropies, while for the latter sample an isotropic spectrum arose from exchange narrowing. (4) An optical and ESR study of Cu+2 in turquoise was carried out and correlated with crystal field theory calculations. (5) A systematic treatment for the calculation of crystal field potentials was cormulated, and a number of practical formulae for commonly occurring symmetry environments were calculated. (6) Mossbauer double resonance with the simultaneous application of optical, NMR and ESR signals was analyzed, and a prediction was made of the expected spectra. (7) The spin orientation in copper Tutton's salts was calculated for the minimum energy state.

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    Optical and Magnetic Resonance Study of Transition Metal Mixed Crystals

    Poole,Charles P , Jr
    United States Defense Technical Information Center
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    Titre: Optical and Magnetic Resonance Study of Transition Metal Mixed Crystals
    Auteur: Poole,Charles P , Jr
    Contributeur: South Carolina Univ Columbia Dept Of Physics (Corporate Author)
    Sujet: Solid State Physics ; Solid State Physics ; Magnetic Resonance ; Spinal Column ; Aluminates ; Doping ; Copper ; Electron Paramagnetic Resonance ; Mossbauer Effect ; Chromium Compounds ; Ligand Fields ; Optical Spectra ; Anderson Model ; Turquoise
    Description: The report briefly describes research carried out on several mixed-crystal systems. Manganese spinels were studied over the entire concentration range of (Mg,Mn) Al2O4. The Anderson model for exchange narrowing was solved for spins I=1, 3/2, 2, 5/2 and the results employed to explain the spinel data. Single crystals of chromia alumina were studied at about 50 and about 75 mole per cent chromia. An optical and ESR study of CU(+2) in turquois was carried out and correlated with crystal field theory calculations. A systematic treatment for the calculation of crystal field potentials was formulated. Mossbauer double resonance with the simultaneous application of optical, NMR, and ESR signals was analyzed. The spin orientation in copper Tutton's salts was calculated for the minimum energy state. (Author) See also AD-698 840.