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Analysis of

Hamiltonians 226 B. Resonance Conditions 229 C. Random Orientations and

Statistical Distortions of Sites 230 III. ESR in Glasses 232 A. Radiation-Induced

Defects 233 ...

Analysis of

**Magnetic**Resonance and Mossbauer Spectra 226 A. BasicHamiltonians 226 B. Resonance Conditions 229 C. Random Orientations and

Statistical Distortions of Sites 230 III. ESR in Glasses 232 A. Radiation-Induced

Defects 233 ...

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In the case of

between the two respective Hamiltonians. In matrix notation, the following

expression contains the three terms which are usually most important in the ESR

effective ...

In the case of

**magnetic**resonance (NMR and ESR), there is a formal similaritybetween the two respective Hamiltonians. In matrix notation, the following

expression contains the three terms which are usually most important in the ESR

effective ...

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A spectrum is obtained in

or the applied

in Mossbauer spectroscopy in some cases, but usually one obtains a spectrum ...

A spectrum is obtained in

**magnetic**resonance by sweeping either the frequencyor the applied

**magnetic**field. In principle the**magnetic**field could also be sweptin Mossbauer spectroscopy in some cases, but usually one obtains a spectrum ...

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### Contents

Optical Absorption of Glasses | 7 |

Solid Solution Strengthening of FaceCentered Cubic Alloys | 8 |

Visible Absorption | 35 |

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