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Crystal Field Handbook

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D. J. Newman, Betty Ng, G. K. Liu, M. F. Reid, Y. Y. Yeung, K. S. Chan, Cz. Rudowicz
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  • Date Published: January 2011
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  • isbn: 9780511824005

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  • This book is based on the modern conceptual understanding of crystal fields. It clarifies several issues that have historically produced confusion in this area, particularly the effects of covalency and ligand polarization on the energy spectra of magnetic ions. This comprehensive volume provides readers with clear instructions and a set of computer programs for the phenomenological analysis of energy spectra of magnetic ions in solids. Readers are shown how to employ a hierarchy of parametrized models to extract as much information as possible from observed lanthanide and actinide spectra. All computer programs included in the volume are freely available on the Internet. It will be of particular interest to graduate students and researchers working in the development of opto-electronic systems and magnetic materials.

    • Worked examples use computer programs that will be freely available on the internet
    • Contains a large and detailed bibliography
    • Self-contained, with step-by-step instructions showing, by means of worked examples, how to perform various types of data analysis
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    • Date Published: January 2011
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9780511824005
    • contains: 9 b/w illus. 80 tables
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    List of contributors
    Preface
    Introduction
    1. Crystal field splitting mechanisms D. J. Newman and Betty Ng
    2. Empirical crystal fields D. J. Newman and Betty Ng
    3. Fitting crystal field parameters D. J. Newman and Betty Ng
    4. Lanthanide and actinide optical spectra G. K. Liu
    5. Superposition model D. J. Newman and Betty Ng
    6. Effects of electron correlation on crystal field splitting M. F. Reid and D. J. Newman
    7. Ground state splittings in S-state ions D. J. Newman and Betty Ng
    8. Invariants and moments Y. Y. Yeung
    9. Semiclassical model K. S. Chan
    10. Transition intensities M. F. Reid
    Appendix 1. Point symmetry D. J. Newman and Betty Ng
    Appendix 2. QBASIC programs D. J. Newman and Betty Ng
    Appendix 3. Accessible program packages Y. Y. Yeung, M. F. Reid and D. J. Newman
    Appendix 4. Computer package CST Cz. Rudowicz
    Bibliography
    Index.

  • Editors

    D. J. Newman, University of Southampton

    Betty Ng, Environment Agency, Wales

    Contributors

    D. J. Newman, Betty Ng, G. K. Liu, M. F. Reid, Y. Y. Yeung, K. S. Chan, Cz. Rudowicz

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