Properties of Perovskites and Other Oxides by K. Alex Muller, Tom W. Kool

By K. Alex Muller, Tom W. Kool

During this publication a few 50 papers released through ok A Müller as writer or co-author over numerous a long time, amplified by way of newer paintings frequently by means of T W Kool with collaborators, are reproduced. the most topic is Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) utilized to the research of perovskites and different oxides with comparable topics. This wealth of papers is geared up into 11 chapters, every one with an introductory textual content written within the mild of present figuring out. The contributions of the 1st editor on structural part transitions were tremendous, and since ok A Müller and J C Fayet have released a evaluate paper at the topic, the latter is reproduced in bankruptcy VII. no longer with regards to EPR is part of bankruptcy VIII at the dipolar and quantum paraelectric habit with dielectric experiences. In bankruptcy X papers proving the lifestyles of Fermi glasses are reproduced.

The 12 months 1986 bears a few value: early during this 12 months the paper through Bednorz and Müller at the attainable statement of superconductivity used to be released. This ended in a considerable shift within the paradigm of condensed subject physics, to which the current first editor has contributed scientifically with others and on the way to be reviewed in a moment volume.

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In addition I thank the Swiss National Fund for the grant to carry out this work. My special thanks go to Dr. A. Y. for providing the single crystals, to Dr. H. Granicher for their orientation and for the many interesting discussions about the dielectric and structural behavior of the titanates. Of great value were also the theoretical colloquia with Prof. Dr. H. Schwartz, Dr. Ch. Enz and Dr. H. J. Gerritsen. Also greatly appreciated was the critical reading of a part of this work by Prof. Dr. R.

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013 in the dark switched state. 2 • 3 Hereafter evidence is presented that this center with a positive g-shift is Fe 5 +(3d 3 ) isoelectronic to Cr 3 +. This is shown from the g-shift dependence on valency of 3d 3 ions in octahedral coordination and from the hyperfine interaction of resonances in SrTi03 doped with enriched 57Fe isotope. The deduced central hyperfine field Hhf of Fe 5 + obeys the rule of constant Hhf for 3d 3 ions. The assignment of this photochromic center to Fe 5 + helps considerably to clarify the electronic transfer processes occurring in Fe-doped SrTi0 3 • frequently used cubic oxide host.

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