## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 37N. Zanichelli, 1967 - Nuclear physics |

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Page 343

[ 1s « , nsp , 2p , & ] , contribute to the 2 component of the hyperfine

first order wave function being ( 1 . 34 ) Y + = Y7 + Eche where o , is the matrix

element of the Coulomb interaction between Vf and Yi divided by the zero - order

...

[ 1s « , nsp , 2p , & ] , contribute to the 2 component of the hyperfine

**field**— thefirst order wave function being ( 1 . 34 ) Y + = Y7 + Eche where o , is the matrix

element of the Coulomb interaction between Vf and Yi divided by the zero - order

...

Page 378

There are also important thermodynamic properties of the local

impurity in a ferromagnetic metal which are independent of the origin and the

magnitude of the

nuclei of ...

There are also important thermodynamic properties of the local

**field**at animpurity in a ferromagnetic metal which are independent of the origin and the

magnitude of the

**field**at T = 0 °K . 5 ' 1 . Systematics of the hyperfine**field**of thenuclei of ...

Page 379

It is also possible that p - core polarization plays an important role in the

magnitudes and signs of the hyperfine

large number of impurities in Fe and Co that the hyperfine

neighbor ( n . n . ) ...

It is also possible that p - core polarization plays an important role in the

magnitudes and signs of the hyperfine

**fields**of nontransition ... It is found for alarge number of impurities in Fe and Co that the hyperfine

**field**of nearestneighbor ( n . n . ) ...

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### Contents

LOMER Band theory and magnetism | 1 |

PHILLIPS Band theory of transition metals | 22 |

JACCARINO Studies of the hyperfine interaction in transi | 39 |

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