Rafail Rakhmatullin

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Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectra of Cr5+ defects incorporated on Ti(4+) sites in powdered ceramics of PbTiO3 were investigated in the temperature range 50-400 K at 9 GHz (X), 34 GHz (Q) and 94 GHz (W band). The [Formula: see text] Jahn-Teller effect stabilizes the vibronic ground state of the 3d(1) electron of the Cr(5+) ion and leads to a(More)
The coherence times of dopant pentavalent chromium ions in CaWO₄ single crystal (0.0006at.% Cr(5+)) were investigated both theoretically and experimentally. Temperature dependences of spin-lattice relaxation time T₁ and phase memory time T(M) were measured in the temperature range 6-30 K at high (94 GHz, W band) and low (3.5 GHz, S band) frequencies of(More)
Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectra of Gd(3+) ions in crystalline Ce(1-x-y)Gd(x)Y(y)O(2-[0.5*(x+y)]) (x=0.0025, y=0.10, and 0.25) with crystallite sizes ranging from 600 nm down to 5 nm have been measured at X-band and at Q-band near liquid He and room temperatures. The EPR line shape is controlled by the low-symmetry surrounding of Gd(3+) ions in(More)
In high-frequency electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy the sample is usually accommodated in a single-mode cylindrical TE(011) microwave cavity. This cavity stands out in terms of flexibility for various types of EPR experiments due to convenient control of its resonance frequency and easy waveguide-to-cavity microwave coupling. In continuous(More)
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