Multiple-Photon Transitions in EPR Spectroscopy View Full Text


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DATE

2006-01-01

AUTHORS

Moritz Kälin , Matvey Fedin , Igor Gromov , Arthur Schweiger

ABSTRACT

An overview of the various multiple-photon processes in electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy is given. First, we describe different types of multiple-photon transitions that can be observed with monochromatic and bichromatic microwave fields in spin systems with unequally spaced energy levels and in two-level systems. Then we discuss multiple-photon processes that are based on a bichromatic radiation field consisting of a transverse microwave field and a longitudinal radio frequency field. Two semiclassical methods, namely the tilted frame and the toggling frame approach, as well as the quantized radiation field formalism (second quantization), and Floquet theory are used for the theoretical description of the effects. We discuss how these processes manifest in the conventional field modulated continuous wave EPR experiment and demonstrate how multiple-photon transition can be observed in pulse EPR. Finally, new features of multiple-photon transitions induced by bichromatic radiation fields are introduced. We particularly stress on the phenomenon of π-photon-induced transparency and describe the characteristics of these transitions and their potential applications. More... »

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143-183

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Novel NMR and EPR techniques

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978-3-540-32626-7
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/3-540-32627-8_6

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