The Effect of Uniaxial Pressure on the EPR Spectrum of SrCl2:Mn2+

  • H. W. den Hartog
  • K. Post


In order to obtain more information about the remarkable impurity system SrC12:Mn2+ we have, in addition to the electric field effect (EFE) experiments — carried out in our laboratory recently — performed uniaxial pressure investigations at various temperatures between 4–300 K. An important conclusion drawn from the EFE experiments was that the application of a moderately strong external electric field leads to relatively large displacements of the small Mn2+ impurity in SrC12 if the direction of the electric field is chosen along [111].


Crystal Field Uniaxial Stress Hyperfine Splitting Uniaxial Pressure Electric Field Effect 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • H. W. den Hartog
    • 1
  • K. Post
    • 1
  1. 1.Solid State Physics LaboratoryGroningenThe Netherlands

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