The electronicg-factor anisotropy determined from measurements near the magic field of anomalous muonium in silicon and germanium
The field dependences of the anomalous muoniumμSR frequencies have been measured in Si and Ge around the “magic field”. The results show a clear electronicg-factor anisotropy exists for Ge withg¦-g1=0.033, while that of Si is much smaller and essentially zero within the experimental accuracy.
KeywordsSilicon Thin Film Anisotropy Germanium Field Dependence
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