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The Three-Line Magnetic Hyperfine Spectrum of 57Fe
Hyperfine Interactions
  • Norman A. Blum, Johns Hopkins University
  • Richard B. Frankel, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
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Longitudinal magnetization of a 57Co in iron metal foil source and an iron metal foil absorber in a uniform external magnetic field results in a simple three-line magnetic hyperfine absorption spectrum. Measurement of the spectral splitting as a function of applied magnetic field yields the 57Fe excited-and ground-state g-factors.
Citation Information
Norman A. Blum and Richard B. Frankel. "The Three-Line Magnetic Hyperfine Spectrum of 57Fe" Hyperfine Interactions Vol. 72 Iss. 1-3 (1992) p. 45 - 48
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