EPR spectrum for irradiated alkali silicate glasses
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The EPR spectrum of irradiated alkali silicate glasses in the range of g-factors between 2.000 and 2.025 was analyzed using an M-20 computer. It was shown that the observed form of the spectrum for glasses with small alkali contents can be represented as the superposition of three lines with an axially anisotropic g-factor.
KeywordsSilicate Alkali Content
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