Magnetic Resonance in Superionic Conductors

Part of the Topics in Current Physics book series (TCPHY, volume 15)


Nuclear magnetic resonance can be a powerful tool for studying motions of ions and therefore has had extensive application [6.1] in the field of superionic conductors. Being concerned here with basic physics, we make the following distinction between superionic (SI) and low-ionic-conductivity materials: in the latter only a small number of independent particles or vacancies hop whereas large numbers are involved in the former. Thus correlated motion is a major aspect of the problem, and it is of interest to see what can be learned about this from nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). To understand the features of the dynamics which can be delineated and how NMR might be useful in distinguishing correlated from independent particle motion, we consider this technique in conjunction with bulk conductivity and infrared or Raman spectroscopy (Chap.5).


Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectrum Superionic Conductor Paramagnetic Impurity 
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