Spectral Changes of 1/F Noise in Metals at Clusterization of Light Interstitials

  • Alexei A. Berzin


Due to their quantum properties, light interstitial impurities remain mobile at low temperatures. A prominent example of such impurities is hydrogen isotopes in the matrix of a transition metal.


Cool Rate Interstitial Site Hydrogen Isotope Quantum Defect Interstitial Impurity 
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  • Alexei A. Berzin
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  1. 1.Radioengineering and AutomationMoscow Institute of ElectronicMoscowRussia

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