Perturbed angular correlation spectra due to rotating electric field gradients View Full Text


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2021-12-10

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Matthew O. Zacate, Lars Hemmingsen

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The literature on effects of time-dependent hyperfine interactions on perturbed angular correlation (PAC) spectra is dominated by analyses based on models of stochastically fluctuating interactions. The Floquet formalism offers a convenient alternative analysis when interactions have a harmonic time dependence. This is demonstrated in the present work through simulation of PAC spectra due to uniformly rotating electric field gradients (EFGs). Physically, this situation would arise when PAC tracers are embedded in molecules with inertial rotation velocities much larger than molecular collision rates, in which case reorientation of rotation axes would be negligible on the characteristic PAC timescale. The prospect for using PAC to study inertial properties of molecules is explored through simulations with molecules modeled as symmetric, rigid bodies. More... »

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