obtaining an experimental EPR spectrum

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    akarpavi
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    We know now, when we are working with solid our g factor won’t be a scalar, but a tensor. In order to determine every component of this tensor we have to follow this scheme. First we choose a principal axis along which we apply our external field. When the field is applied we measure the absorption spectrum and from it we calculate the g value. We then rotate our external field by fixed amount of degrees and perform everything again. By doing this process for number of times and plotting the results we get this graph.

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