Transferability of Crystal-Field Parameters for Rare-Earth Ions in Y2SiO5 Tested by Zeeman Spectroscopy

@article{Jobbitt2019TransferabilityOC,
  title={Transferability of Crystal-Field Parameters for Rare-Earth Ions in Y2SiO5 Tested by Zeeman Spectroscopy},
  author={N. L. Jobbitt and Simon J. Patchett and Yashar Alizadeh and Michael F. Reid and J-P R Wells and Sebastian P. Horvath and Jevon Longdell and Alban Ferrier and Philippe Goldner},
  journal={Physics of the Solid State},
  year={2019},
  volume={61},
  pages={780-784}
}
Zeeman spectroscopy is used to demonstrate that phenomenological crystal-field parameters determined for the two C1 point-group symmetry sites in Er3+:Y2SiO5 may be transferred to other ions. The two crystallographic six-and seven-coordinate substitutional sites may be distinguished by comparing the spectra with crystal-field calculations. 
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