Publication detail

Terahertz Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer for Electron Spin Dynamics Investigations

SOJKA, A. ŠEDIVÝ, M. SANTANA, V. NEUGEBAUER, P.

Original Title

Terahertz Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer for Electron Spin Dynamics Investigations

English Title

Terahertz Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer for Electron Spin Dynamics Investigations

Type

presentation

Language

en

Original Abstract

The aim of our work is to set up and develop a general purpose state-of-the-art broadband Electron Paramagnetic Resonance spectrometer based on THz rapid frequency scans that will operate at frequencies from 80 GHz to 1100 GHz, at temperatures from 1.8 K to 300 K, and at magnetic fields up to 16 T. High spectral resolution is achieved by higher magnetic fields and higher frequencies, opening options to explore spin dynamics and other phenomena not previously accessible by current technologies

English abstract

The aim of our work is to set up and develop a general purpose state-of-the-art broadband Electron Paramagnetic Resonance spectrometer based on THz rapid frequency scans that will operate at frequencies from 80 GHz to 1100 GHz, at temperatures from 1.8 K to 300 K, and at magnetic fields up to 16 T. High spectral resolution is achieved by higher magnetic fields and higher frequencies, opening options to explore spin dynamics and other phenomena not previously accessible by current technologies

Keywords

Thz, High field Electrom Paramagnetic Resonance, HFEPR, Spin Dynamics Investigations

Released

03.10.2018

BibTex


@misc{BUT151815,
  author="Antonín {Sojka} and Matúš {Šedivý} and Vinicius Tadeu {Santana} and Petr {Neugebauer}",
  title="Terahertz Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer for Electron Spin Dynamics Investigations",
  annote="The aim of our work is to set up and develop a general purpose state-of-the-art broadband Electron Paramagnetic Resonance spectrometer based on THz rapid frequency scans that will operate at frequencies from 80 GHz to 1100 GHz, at temperatures from 1.8 K to 300 K, and at magnetic fields up to 16 T. High spectral resolution is achieved by higher magnetic fields and higher frequencies, opening options to explore spin dynamics and other phenomena not previously accessible by current technologies",
  chapter="151815",
  year="2018",
  month="october",
  type="presentation"
}