The quadrupole interaction at111Cd in RRh3B2 compounds studied by the TDPAC technique supports the prediction that Ce in CeRh3B2 is not trivalent. The highly anisotropic EFG indicates that111Cd in GdRh3B2 cannot occupy the rare earth site. The transferred magnetic hyperfine field at111Cd is nearly zero which supports the conjecture that the impurity probe nuclei are at the 3g(Rh) site.
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Devare, S.H., Dhar, S.K., Malik, S.K. et al. Quadrupole interaction at111Cd in RRh3B2 compounds (R=Ce to Gd) and absence of transferred hyperfine field at111Cd in GdRh3B2 . Hyperfine Interact 16, 705–708 (1983). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02147347
- Thin Film
- Rare Earth
- Hyperfine Field
- Quadrupole Interaction
- Magnetic Hyperfine Field