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In quantum theory only one angular momentum component (usually taken as Lz)

and the square of the total

field. If an inhomogeneous electric field is superposed on the central field, the ...

In quantum theory only one angular momentum component (usually taken as Lz)

and the square of the total

**orbital**angular momentum L2 are constant in a centralfield. If an inhomogeneous electric field is superposed on the central field, the ...

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netic field in the z direction the

proportional to the expectation value of L„ and so the

quenched if the mechanical moment Lz is quenched. When the spin-

interaction ...

netic field in the z direction the

**orbital**contribution to the magnetic moment isproportional to the expectation value of L„ and so the

**orbital**magnetic moment isquenched if the mechanical moment Lz is quenched. When the spin-

**orbit**interaction ...

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One important mechanism is believed to be the combined effect of spin-

interaction and the partial quenching of the

. The magnetization of the crystal "sees" the crystal lattice through

of ...

One important mechanism is believed to be the combined effect of spin-

**orbit**interaction and the partial quenching of the

**orbital**angular momentum in the solid. The magnetization of the crystal "sees" the crystal lattice through

**orbital**overlapof ...

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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