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1978-09

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Klaus W. Becker, Peter Thalmeier, Peter Fulde

ABSTRACT

A theory of ultrasonic attenuation in metallic systems containing crystalline-field split Rare Earth ions is presented. It is shown that two types of absorption mechanisms can occur. The first one is of the well known Pippard type and describes the energy dissipation of the ultrasonic waves directly into the conduction electron system. However in addition to that mechanism there is another one which is of importance and which describes the energy dissipation into the Rare-Earth ion system. In order to distinguish between both mechanisms the change of the attenuation in an applied magnetic field is investigated. For the purpose of demonstration the theory is applied to aΓ7–Γ8 crystal field level scheme as it applies for Ce3+ or Sm3+ in cubic symmetry. An estimation of the relative strength of both absorption mechanisms is given. More... »

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257-267

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  • 1975-12. Rare Earth systems in a magnetic field: Coupling of elastic and magnetic properties in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK B CONDENSED MATTER
  • 1977-03. Line width of crystal-field excitations in metallic rare-earth systems in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK B CONDENSED MATTER
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