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100 1  Kool, Tom W 
245 10 Properties Of Perovskites And Other Oxides 
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505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- I. 
       Electron Paramagnetic Resonance -- References -- IA. EPR 
       of Transition-Metal Ions in SrTi03 -- IA1 . 
       Paramagnetische Resonanz von Fe3+ in SrTi03-Einkristallen 
       (thesis, originally in German, translated into English), 
       KA. Muller, Helv. Phys. Acta 31, 173-204 (1958) -- I. 
       Introduction -- II. Properties of SrTi03 -- III. Theory --
       IV. The resonance spectrometer -- V. Experimental results 
       and their interpretation -- The samples -- Measurements at
       room temperature -- Determination of the Stark splitting -
       - Discussion of the room-temperature results -- Results at
       80 oK and their explanation -- VI Acknowledgements -- 
       References -- IA2. Electron paramagnetic resonance of 
       manganese IV in SrTi03, K.A. Muller, Phys. Rev. Lett. 2, 
       341-343 (1959) -- IA3. Resonance paramagnetique du Cr3+ 
       dans des monocristaux de SrTi03, KA. Muller, Arch. Sci. 
       (Geneve) 11, 150--152 (1958) -- IA4 . Photo chromic Fe5+ 
       (3d3 ) in SrTi03, evidence from paramagnetic resonance, 
       KA. Muller, Th. von Waldkirch, W. Berlinger and B.W. 
       Faughnan, Solid State Commun. 9, 1097-1101 (1971) -- 
       REFERENCES -- IA5 . Paramagnetic resonance and optical 
       absorption of Co4+ in SrTi03, KW. Blazey and KA. Muller, 
       J. Phys. C: Solid State Phys. 16, 5491-5502 (1983) -- 1. 
       Introduction -- 2. Experiment and results -- 3. Assignment
       of the new EPR spectrum to C04+ -- 4. Determination of the
       orbital reduction factor k and radial electron 
       distribution (r-3) -- 5. Linewidth anisotropy and strain 
       coupling -- 6. The dynamic Jahn-Teller effect -- 7. 
       Axiality of the g-value and hyperfine interaction -- 8. 
       Conclusion -- Acknowledgment -- References -- IA6 . 
       Paramagnetic Ru5+ and Ru3+ centers in Ti02:Ru, KW. Blazey,
       KA. Muller, W. Berlinger, P. Triggs and F. Levy, Solid 
       State Commun. 54, 1039-1041 (1985) -- REFERENCES 
505 8  IA7 . V2+ in SrTi03: An extreme double acceptor, K.A. 
       Muller, M. Aguilar, W. Berlinger and KW. Blazey, J. Phys.:
       Condens. Matter 2, 2735-2741 (1990) -- 1. Introduction -- 
       2. Creation and identification of the centre -- 3. d spin 
       and charge delocalisation -- 4. The V2+ and V3+ energy 
       levels near the SrTi03 conduction band -- 5. Conclusion --
       Acknowledgments -- References -- IB. Hyperfine and 
       Superhyperfine Interactions -- IB1 . Paramagnetic 
       resonance of Cr3+ in the layer structure of NaInS 2, K.A. 
       Muller and W. Berlinger, Phys. Rev. 175, 503-511 (1968) --
       I. INTRODUCTION -- ll. EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS -- III. CATION
       -SUPERHYPERFlNE STRUCTURE -- IV. DISCUSSION OF THE   AND D
       PARAMETERS -- A. g Shift -- B. D Parameter -- 
       ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- APPENDIX: ESTIMATE OF AN UPPER LIMIT OF
       THE g SHIFT -- IB2. Covalency and hyperfine structure 
       constant A of iron group impurities in crystals, E. 
       Simanek and K.A. Muller, J. Phys. Chem. Solids 31, 1027-
       1040 (1970) -- I. INTRODUCTION -- 2. EXCHANGE POLARIZATION
       OF THE BONDING ORBITALS -- 3. UNPAIRED s-DENSITY AT 
       MANGANESE NUCLEUS -- 4. DISCUSSION -- (a) General remarks 
       -- (b) Numerical estimates -- (c) 3d3 in octahedral 
       surroundings -- 5. CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Appendix: 
       Table 1 -- IC. Unusual Phenomena in the Linewidth and 
       Defect Centers -- IC1 . The temperature dependence of the 
       linewidth of iron group ions in MgO, A.M. Stoneham, KA. 
       Muller and W. Berlinger, Solid State Commun. 10, 1005-1008
       (1972) -- REFERENCES -- IC2. Defects in neutron-irradiated
       strontium titanate: Ti3+ "off center" on a Sr2+ site, O.F.
       Schirmer and KA. Muller, Phys. Rev. B 7, 2986-2995 (1973) 
       -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. EXPERIMENTAL -- III. 
       EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS -- A. TTc -- IV. INTERPRETATION -- A.
       Model of Center -- B. Electric Field Effects -- C. 
       Orthorhombicity of Centers -- D. Fluctuations near Tc -- 
       V. HYPERFINE INTERACTION 
505 8  VI. COMPARISON WITH OTHER NONCENTROSYMMETRIC CENTERS IN 
       PEROVSKlTE-TYPE CRYSTALS -- VII. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS -
       - ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- IC3. Holes trapped near Mg2+ and A13+
       impurities in SrTi03, O.F. Schirmer, W. Berlinger and KA. 
       Muller, Solid State Commun. 18, 1505-1508 (1976) -- 
       REFERENCES -- IC4 . Electron paramagnetic resonance of 
       photochromic Fe 2+ -0- in SrTi03, Th.W. Kool and M. 
       Glasbeek, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 5, 361-370 (1993) -- 
       1. Introduction -- 2. Experimental details -- 3. Results -
       - 4. Discussion -- 4.1. Characterization of the centre -- 
       4.2. Electric field and stress effects -- 5. Conclusion --
       Acknowledgment -- References -- IC5 . O- holes associated 
       with alkali acceptors in BaTi03, T. Varnhorst, O.F. 
       Schirmer, H. Krose, R Scharfschwerdt and Th.W. Kool, Phys.
       Rev. B 53, 116-125 (1996) -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. 
       EXPERIMENTAL DETAILS -- III. EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS AND 
       THEIR INTERPRETATION -- A. Electron spin resonance spectra
       -- B. Analysis of ESR data -- 1. g tensors -- 2. Na 
       hyperfine interaction -- C. Thermal stability of the 
       neutral state of the alkali acceptors -- D. Energy levels 
       -- E. Optical absorption -- F. Reorientation of the Na+-0-
       axes under uniaxial stress -- IV. DISCUSSION -- 
       ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- APPENDIX: JAHN-TELLER EFFECT OF THE 0- 
       ORBITALS -- IC6 . Characterization of particle 
       orientations in ceramics by electron paramagnetic 
       resonance, F. Mehran, K.A. Muller, W.J. Fitzpatrick, W. 
       Berlinger and M.S. Fung, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 64, C129-C130 
       (1981) -- Acknowledgments -- References -- II. 'Transition
       -Metal Ions in Pyramidal Oxygen Coordination -- IIA. The 
       Observation of Me-Va Centers -- Reference -- IIA1. Strong 
       axial electron paramagnetic resonance spectrum of Fe3+ in 
       SrTi03 due to nearest-neighbor charge compensation, E.S. 
       Kirkpatrick, KA. Muller and RS. Rubins, Phys. Rev. 135, 
       A86-A90 (1964) -- I. INTRODUCTION 
505 8  II. THEORY -- The g Values of Ions of Half-Integral Spin 
       (S   ) in a Strong Positive Axial Field -- IlI. 
       EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS -- IV. DISCUSSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 
       -- IIA2. Analysis of the Fe3+ -Vo center in the tetragonal
       phase of SrTi03, Th. von Waldkirch, KA. Muller and W. 
       Berlinger, Phys. Rev. B 5, 4324-4334 (1972) -- 1. 
       INTRODUCTION -- II. EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS AND 
       IDENTIFICATION OF RESONANCE LINES -- III. THEORETICAL 
       ANALYSIS -- IV. DISCUSSION -- A. Rotational Parameter     
       (T) -- B. Orthorhombic E(T) Term -- C. Application of the 
       Center for Structural Studies -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- IIA3. 
       Observation of two charged states of a nickel-oxygen 
       vacancy pair in SrTi03 by paramagnetic resonance, KA. 
       Muller, W. Berlinger and RS. Rubins, Phys. Rev. 186, 361-
       371 (1969) -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. PARAMAGNETIC-
       RESONANCE SPECTRA -- III. 9 VALUES FOR 3d7 AND 3d9 
       CONFIGURATIONS -- IV. ASSIGNMENT OF STABLE SPECTRUM TO NiH
       -Vo DEFECT -- A. Steric and Axial Crystal Field 
       Considerations -- B. g Shifts -- C. Titanium 
       Superhyperfine Interaction -- D. Linewidth Broadening -- 
       V. ASSIGNMENT OF LIGHT-INDUCED SPECTRUM TO A NiH-Vo-(-2e) 
       PAIR -- A. Steric and Crystal Field Considerations -- B. g
       Shifts, SHS, and Linewidth -- C. Energy, Stability, and 
       Charge -- VI. MISSING NiH-Vo-(-e) CENTER SPECTRUM -- VII. 
       COMPARISON WITH TETRAGONAL SPECTRA IN KTa03 AND BaTi03 -- 
       A. Low-Spin NiH Spectra in KTa03 -- B. "F Center" or TiH 
       Resonance in BaTiOa -- VIII. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS -- 
       ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- IIA4 . Electron spin resonance and 
       optical identification of Fe4+ -Vo in SrTi03, O.F. 
       Schirmer, W. Berlinger and KA. Muller, Solid State Commun.
       16, 1289-1292 (1975) -- REFERENCES -- IIA5 . Electron 
       paramagnetic resonance of three manganese centers in 
       reduced SrTi03, RA. Serway, W. Berlinger, KA. Muller and 
       RW. Collins, Phys. Rev. B 16, 4761-4768 (1977) -- I. 
       INTRODUCTION 
505 8  II. EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE -- III. CUBIC Mnl+ CENTER -- 
       IV. Mn2+-Vo CENTER -- V. Mn3 +-Vo -- IIB. The Structure of
       the Me-Vo Centers -- IIB1. Structure of transition-metal-
       oxygen-vacancy pair centers, E. Siegel and KA. Muller, 
       Phys. Rev. B 19, 109-120 (1979) -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. 
       NEWMAN LINEAR-SUPERPOSITION MODEL -- III. DETERMINATION OF
       b2 -- A. b2, for Fe3+ and Mn2+ in oxide compounds -- B. b2
       for Fe3+ in fluoride perovskite compounds -- IV. LOCAL 
       ENVIRONMENT OF M.Vo PAIR CENTERS IN OXIDE PEROVSKITE 
       COMPOUNDS -- V. DISCUSSION OF SOME AXIAL CENTERS -- A. 
       Axial MgO and srO centers -- B. Strong axial Fe3+ centers 
       in some fluorine perovskite compounds -- APPENDlX A: 
       DETERMINA nON OF THE SITE OF Mn2+ IN BaTi03 -- A. Cubic 
       parameter a -- B. Hyperfine coupling constant A -- C. Spin
       -Hamiltonian parameter b -- APPENDIX B: AXIAL CENTER OF 
       Mn2+ IN KTa03 -- IIB2 . Structure of the Cr3+ -Vo centers 
       in WO3, KA. Muller, J. Phys. Soc. lpn. 55, 719-722 (1986) 
       -- References -- IIB3. Superposition model for sixfold-
       coordinated Cr3+ in oxide crystals, KA. Muller and W. 
       Berlinger, J. Phys. C: Solid State Phys. 16, 6861-6874 
       (1983) -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Theory -- 2.1. 
       Superposition model for S < 2 -- 2.2. Stress-induced spin-
       Hamiltonian terms -- 3. Experiments -- 4. Discussion -- 
       4.1. Dependence on b2(R) for Cr3 + -- 4.2. Charge and size
       misfits -- 4.3. Cr3+ substitution for a three-valent host 
       ion -- 5. Summary -- Acknowledgments -- References -- IIB4
       . Oxygen vacancy-transition metal-ion impurity association
       in SrTi03, KW. Blazey, J.M. Cabrera and KA. Muller, Solid 
       State Commun. 45, 903-906 (1983) -- 1. Introduction -- 2. 
       Experiment and Results -- 3. Discussion -- References -- 
       IIC. The Axial Gd3+ -O2- Center in RbCaF3 
505 8  IIC1. EPR of the Gd3+ -O2- pair as a probe to establish 
       the phase diagram of [111]-stressed RbCaF3 , J.Y. Buzare, 
       W. Berlinger and KA. Muller, Proc. of the XXII Congress 
       Ampere, Zurich, 1984, eds. KA. Muller, R. Kind and J. Roos
       (Zurich Ampere Committee, 1984), pp. 30-31 
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       the subject they deal with and not just historicallyEach 
       of the eleven chapters is preceded by an introductory 
       text. This allows an interested reader to understand the 
       main advance exposed and find relevant publicationsThe 
       whole volume shows the application of the EPR method over 
       a period of half a century. The understanding of 
       especially the Jahn-Teller effect led to the discovery of 
       high temperature superconductivityK Alex Müller - Nobel 
       Prize winner in physics in 1987 
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