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

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16 ) sin 12 = - 12 ( Kr ) U2y ( r ) rdr , where y is an outgoing wave related to the

projection qm of the d tight - binding state m ) on the d atomic state which has ma

, = ( L quantized along k ) . Near the

16 ) sin 12 = - 12 ( Kr ) U2y ( r ) rdr , where y is an outgoing wave related to the

projection qm of the d tight - binding state m ) on the d atomic state which has ma

, = ( L quantized along k ) . Near the

**resonance**energy Em , y assumes the form ...Page 31

22 ) – ( E - E ) KO Far from

. 19 ) , ( 2 . 21 ) and ( 2 . 22 ) to obtain the interpolation formula [ 18 ] 11 m d3y -

liąV 12 41 ( 2 . 23 ) - tg n2 = E - ES - 1 7 - ( E – EW ) K12 . E This expression for ...

22 ) – ( E - E ) KO Far from

**resonance**tg na — sin ng so that we may combine ( 2. 19 ) , ( 2 . 21 ) and ( 2 . 22 ) to obtain the interpolation formula [ 18 ] 11 m d3y -

liąV 12 41 ( 2 . 23 ) - tg n2 = E - ES - 1 7 - ( E – EW ) K12 . E This expression for ...

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Evidently we always get a

ferromagnetic ( < 0 ) or antiferromagnetic ( > 0 ) . To obtain a qualitative notion of

the result , suppose that g ( 1 ) = 0 , and let g ( 2 ) be antiferromagnetic , so the ...

Evidently we always get a

**resonance**, in 1 - 2 or 1 + 2 according as g « 2 ) isferromagnetic ( < 0 ) or antiferromagnetic ( > 0 ) . To obtain a qualitative notion of

the result , suppose that g ( 1 ) = 0 , and let g ( 2 ) be antiferromagnetic , so the ...

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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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