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Elastic νe − scattering of solar neutrinos with electromagnetic moments
, 2000
"... We consider the azimuthal asymmetry of the recoil electrons in elastic νe − scattering of solar neutrinos, which can arise if neutrinos have electromagnetic moments and there is a large solar magnetic field. We show that using this effect it is not possible to distinguish between magnetic and electr ..."
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We consider the azimuthal asymmetry of the recoil electrons in elastic νe − scattering of solar neutrinos, which can arise if neutrinos have electromagnetic moments and there is a large solar magnetic field. We show that using this effect it is not possible to distinguish between magnetic
Algebraic Function Approximation for Eigenvalue Problem in Rectangular Waveguide Partially Filled with Transversely Magnetized Ferrite
"... AbstractIn this work, a lossless and closed rectangular waveguide partially filled with a slab of transversely magnetized ferrite, without assuming vanishing of the derivative in the direction of the dc biasing field, has been analyzed using Method of Moment (MoM). Generally, there are basically t ..."
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AbstractIn this work, a lossless and closed rectangular waveguide partially filled with a slab of transversely magnetized ferrite, without assuming vanishing of the derivative in the direction of the dc biasing field, has been analyzed using Method of Moment (MoM). Generally, there are basically
LandauZener tunneling of a single Tb 3+ magnetic moment allowing the electronic readout of a nuclear spin
, 2013
"... A multiterminal device based on a carbon nanotube quantum dot was used at very low temperature to probe a single electronic and nuclear spin embedded in a bis(phthalocyaninato) terbium (III) complex (TbPc 2 ). A spinvalve signature with large conductance jumps was found when two molecules were st ..."
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strongly coupled to the nanotube. The application of a transverse field separated the magnetic signal of both molecules and enabled singleshot readout of the terbium nuclear spin. The LandauZener (LZ) quantum tunneling probability was studied as a function of field sweep rate, establishing a good
FTUV071607 Tau anomalous magnetic moment form factor at Super B/Flavor factories.
, 707
"... The proposed highluminosity B/Flavor factories offer new opportunities for the improved determination of the fundamental physical parameters of standard heavy leptons. Compared to the electron or the muon case, the magnetic properties of the τ lepton are largely unexplored. We show that the electro ..."
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electrons or longitudinal and transverse asymmetries for polarized beams, can be combined in order to increase the sensitivity on the magnetic moment form factor. In the case of polarized electrons, we identify a special combination of transverse and longitudinal τ polarizations able to disentangle
Magnetic trapping of stronglymagnetized Rydberg atoms,” Eur
 Phys. J. D
, 2006
"... Abstract. Effective magnetic moments of drift Rydberg atoms in strong magnetic fields are obtained for different energy and angularmomentum states. Classical twobody trajectory calculations and quantummechanical onebody calculations are employed. For heavy atoms such as rubidium, the trapping dy ..."
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magnetic moment. Also, light drift Rydberg atoms exhibit an anisotropic response to fieldinhomogeneities parallel and transverse to the magneticfield lines. The results are relevant to magnetic trapping of Rydberg atoms in strongmagneticfield atom traps.
THE ORDER PARAMETERS OF A SPIN1 ISING FILM IN A TRANSVERSE FIELD
"... Abstract Using the effective field theory with a probability distribution technique that accounts for the selfspin correlation functions, the layer longitudinal magnetizations and quadrupolar moments of a spin1 Ising film and their averages are examined. These quantities as functions of the tempe ..."
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Abstract Using the effective field theory with a probability distribution technique that accounts for the selfspin correlation functions, the layer longitudinal magnetizations and quadrupolar moments of a spin1 Ising film and their averages are examined. These quantities as functions
T.: 2000, A local moment approach to magnetic impurities in gapless fermi systems
 J. Phys.: Condens. Matter
"... Abstract. A local moment approach is developed for singleparticle excitations of a symmetric Anderson impurity model (AIM) with a softgap hybridization vanishing at the Fermi level: ∆I ∝ ω  r, with r> 0. Local moments are introduced explicitly from the outset, and a twoselfenergy descriptio ..."
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Abstract. A local moment approach is developed for singleparticle excitations of a symmetric Anderson impurity model (AIM) with a softgap hybridization vanishing at the Fermi level: ∆I ∝ ω  r, with r> 0. Local moments are introduced explicitly from the outset, and a two
Mn in GaAs substitutes Ga as a p dopant and introduces a localized magnetic moment of 5~/2.
, 2001
"... As (for x 0:04) has been proved to be an extremely interesting material, for its intrincated transport and magnetic properties. In the rst part of this work a structure is considered in which a series ofGa 1x Mn x As layers is grown inside aGaAs quantumwell. The electronelectron interaction throug ..."
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part we calculate the transversal spin polarized current induced by an applied voltage through an AlAs=Ga 1x Mn x As=AlAs double barrier heterostructure (DBH). The magnetic layer is assumed in its metallic and ferromagnetic phase. As a consequence of the magnetic interaction a strong polarization
Theory of Spin Resonance of Localized Moments in Dilute. Alloys*)
, 1970
"... We develop a dynamical theory of localized magnetic moments in a normal metal pertinent to describing the "bottleneck effects " in the spin resonance, extending Caroli, Caroli and Fredkin's calculation to include conduction electron spinlattice relaxation effects. We deal with the ..."
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We develop a dynamical theory of localized magnetic moments in a normal metal pertinent to describing the "bottleneck effects " in the spin resonance, extending Caroli, Caroli and Fredkin's calculation to include conduction electron spinlattice relaxation effects. We deal
MOMENT METHOD SOLUTION OF A PARTIALLY FILLED PARALLEL PLATE FED THROUGH INFINITE CONDUCTING PLANE (TE CASE)
"... In this paper, the moment method is used for the solution of the receive case of the partially filled parallel plate fed from a perforated infinite conducting plane. The waveguide is excited by an incident transverse electric (TE) plane wave. An operator equation is first formed using the tangential ..."
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In this paper, the moment method is used for the solution of the receive case of the partially filled parallel plate fed from a perforated infinite conducting plane. The waveguide is excited by an incident transverse electric (TE) plane wave. An operator equation is first formed using
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