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The same is true in many EPR samples as the microwave power is increased. For these samples one speaks of power saturation or alternatively of heating the spin system. This behavior results from a limited ability of the sample to dissipate energy from its spin system to its internal thermal motions. The surroundings of the spin are commonly referred to as the ‘lattice’, regardless of the sample’s physical state. Samples differ widely in their ability to relax to the ground spin state after absorbing a quantum of energy.
It is typical of isoelectronic ions in an environment of similar symmetry that their EPR spectra are observable under comparable conditions. Neither Co2þ nor Feþ exhibit a resonance line at 77 K, yet one does find strong absorption for both at 20 K and lower. This similarity is confirmatory evidence for the identification of Feþ. Inability to see lines at room temperatures or even at 77 K is shown in Chapter 10 to be due to excessive broadening of lines as a result of their very short relaxation times (t1).
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