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Muon Spin Rotation, Relaxation, and Resonance
Applications to Condensed Matter
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Alex Amato and Elvezio Morenzoni, Neutron News There is no doubt that this book will be an important educative resource for students and researchers entering the field and at the same time an invaluable reference for experienced users.
Stephen Blundell, Oxford University Muon-spin rotation has emerged as one of the most important new experimental techniques in condensed matter physics. Alain Yaouanc and Pierre Dalmas de Reotier have now provided the community with the authoritative monograph, highly readable and full of fascinating insights, that will be invaluable to newcomer and expert alike.
Elvezio Morenzoni, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland This book will be an important reference for scientists entering the field and at the same time an invaluable resource for experienced researchers.
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<br>Alain Yaouanc graduated from the University Joseph Fourier of Grenoble, France, in 1982. During his studies he spent about one year at CERN (Geneva, Switzerland). After his PhD, he spent one year as a postdoctoral scientist in the group of Bob Heffner at Los Alamos National Laboratory (USA). This group was involved in the investigation of condensed matter using positive muon spin rotation and relaxation techniques. Since 1983 he has been working as a physicist at the Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique (CEA) in Grenoble. <br>Pierre Dalmas de Reotier took his PhD at the Centre d''Etudes Nucleaires de Grenoble in 1990. In 1991 he took up a Post-doctoral fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, studying spin dynamics in intermetallic systems at the Hahn-Meitner Institute in Berlin. Since 1992 he has been a Researcher at CEA Grenoble, and took his Habilitation diploma from University Joseph Fourier (Grenoble) in 2006.<br>
1. A short survey of muon spin research; 2. Recording data and extracting the polarisation functions; 3. Basics of muon and muonium polarisation functions; 4. Miscellaneous techniques; 5. The magnetic field at the muon site; 6. Muon polarisation functions: field distribution approach; 7. Muon polarisation functions: quantum approach; 8. Muonium polarisation functions; 9. Muon and muonium diffusion; 10. Investigation of magnetic materials; 11. Investigation of superconductors; 12. Muonium centres in materials; 13. Epilogue: trends for the future; APPENDICES; A: Parameters and procedures relevant for experiments; B: Polarisation functions: a summary; C: Mathematical concepts and formulae; D: Laboratory and crystal reference frames; E: Translational symmetry and space Fourier transform; F: Susceptibility, correlation, spectral and Green functions; G: Nuclear data relevant to SR; H: f and 3d electronic shell data