Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectra of Carbonate Centers in Natural Apatites View Full Text


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DATE

2005-05

AUTHORS

L. G. Gilinskaya

ABSTRACT

The EPR spectra of carbonate centers in apatites of different compositions are measured in the range 77–290 K. The results indicate that the F− : OH− ratio on the 63 axis and the state of constitutional water (H2O molecules) determine vibronic interactions in the CO2−, CO3−, and CO33− centers and the parameters of their EPR spectra. Depending on the molecular water and OH− contents, the spectra of the carbonate centers are isotropic or anisotropic, due to the dynamic or static Jahn-Teller effect. Computer simulation is used to estimate the contributions of the centers to the EPR spectrum. More... »

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503-508

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