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    akarpavi
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    I would guess that the hyperfine field in both samples are the same. However in higher temperature we have thermal induced Doppler broadening. We know that in very low temperatures thermal induced broadening will be very small, almost negligible,so maybe the energy difference between two hyperfine levels is not compensated by temperature and instead of one peak we now see two peaks.

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