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...chromatography combined with mass spectrometry, and electron spin resonance (ESR) spectroscopy. Results have been informative, but diverse. Furthermore, the root cause of the yellow-green color in gamma-irradiated PC samples at room temperature has yet to be well established in the literature...

...a higher initial color and higher color- return rate constant. The data for the brominated compounds suggest that a higher degree of substitution yields a better stabilization effect, following the order 4 >3 >2 >1 . Radical concentration was monitored by electron spin resonance to determine...

), Klemchuck P (ed), Washington, DC, American Chemical Society, p 37, 1985. 7. Dunn TS, Williams J, Sugg H, et al., "Stability of Gamma-Irradiated Polypropylene. II. Electron Spin Resonance Studies," Adv in Chem Ser, 169:151, 1978. 8. Abdel Kerim FM, Elegrami AM, El-Kalla EH, "Study of the Effect...

...formance and hydrogen-loss prevention. attach to the glass surface before the car-. of the fiber. Nakamura, et. al., analyzed. bon layer is applied. High draw speeds. carbon through electron spin resonance. ( >5m/sec) are typical when drawing. and found that lower permeability of. p2. An OFS...

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...of its spin. In general, electrons with a spin aligned with the majority of spins in the ferromagnets will travel further without being scattered. In a GMR spintronic device, the first magnetic layer polarizes the electron spins. The second layer scatters the spins strongly if its moment...

Conference & Exposition, Santa Monica, CA, Canon Communications, pp 202-17 202-26, 1996. 3. Westfal JC, Carman CJ, and Layer RW, "Electron Spin Resonance Study of Phenolic Antioxidants. Correlations of Organic Free-Radical Stability with Antioxidant Activity," Rubber Chem Technol, 45:402, 1972. 4...

Magnetic field sensing in industry is often utilized for. Interference Detectors (SQUID) and spin resonance. control and measurement purposes – linear and rotary. magnetometers. A solid-state magnetic sensor. position sensing, gear tooth sensing, and current. directly converts the magnetic field...

...magnetic domain walls. or entire domains of electron spins (Lorentz-like). A low-loss permeable conductor (that is one with intrinsically low �) can be made magnetically lossy if it is thick enough for eddy currents to be set up. This dispersion is Debye like. Generally valid generalities. Absorbers can...

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