Magnetoelectric effect induced by the delocalised 93mNb state

Y. Cheng*, Z. Y. Guo, Y. L. Liu, Ben-Li Young, C. H. Lee

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We herein report on the density- and temperature-dependent decay of the 93mNb nuclear excited atom and present a simple interpretation of the underlying physics. This anomaly indicates nuclear resonant absorption and delocalisation of the long-lived Mössbauer state in the crystal. A non-linear magnetoelectric response, on low-frequency drive current, appeared in the bulk metal of a high-purity niobium crystal and then disappeared along with the disappearance of delocalised nuclear excitation. Several non-linear resonant peaks, of the order of several hundred Hertz, increased in magnitude with the applied magnetic field, and the central frequencies of these peaks decreased with temperature.

頁(從 - 到)43-54
期刊Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids
出版狀態Published - 2 一月 2015

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