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

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342 V . JACCARINO – Studies of the hyperfine interaction in

Origins of the hyperfine interaction . . . . . . . . . . . . pag . 335 1 ' 1 . Intrinsic

properties of nuclei . I , M , Q and finite size . . > 335 1 ' 2 . The magnetic dipole ...

342 V . JACCARINO – Studies of the hyperfine interaction in

**transition metals**. 1 .Origins of the hyperfine interaction . . . . . . . . . . . . pag . 335 1 ' 1 . Intrinsic

properties of nuclei . I , M , Q and finite size . . > 335 1 ' 2 . The magnetic dipole ...

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To briefly summarize , there appears to be a qualitative understanding of

relaxation in

almost quantitative in the nonmagnetic metals . More experimental and

theoretical work ...

To briefly summarize , there appears to be a qualitative understanding of

relaxation in

**transition metals**- agreement between experiment and theory beingalmost quantitative in the nonmagnetic metals . More experimental and

theoretical work ...

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Such measurements are now in progress at the City College of New York . These

are only a limited number of examples of how hyperfine fields contribute to the

understanding of impurity states in the nonmagnetic

other ...

Such measurements are now in progress at the City College of New York . These

are only a limited number of examples of how hyperfine fields contribute to the

understanding of impurity states in the nonmagnetic

**transition metals**. Manyother ...

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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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alloys appearance approximation assume average band becomes bound boundary calculation charge complex computed condition conduction consider contribution correct correlation corresponding coupling curve defined density depends determined direction discussed effect electrons energy equation exchange existence expected expression fact factor Fermi Fermi level Fermi surface ferromagnetic field function given gives Hamiltonian host metal impurity atom increases integral interaction interesting lattice limit localized magnetic matrix elements means method moments normal Note observed obtained occur operator orbital perturbation phase Phys physical plane polarization poles positive possible potential present problem properties range relation replaced represent resonance scattering screening Sect shift shown similar simple single solution spin strong structure temperature theory tion transition metals usual wave wave functions write zero