Journal of Applied Spectroscopy

, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp 57–58 | Cite as

Optical properties in the far IR for a NiO single crystal

  • G. A. Kraftmakher
  • N. I. Furashov


Antiferromagnetic resonance in the far IR is [1–4] of interest, especially for substances whose Néel temperatures are well above room temperature. NiO has a Néel temperature of 523‡ K; here we report results for the 100–1000 Μm range.


Analytical Chemistry Optical Property Molecular Structure Antiferromagnetic Resonance 
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  • G. A. Kraftmakher
  • N. I. Furashov

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