Bloch equations

Bloch equations

[′bläk i′kwā·zhənz]
(solid-state physics)
Approximate equations for the rate of change of magnetization of a solid in a magnetic field due to spin relaxation and gyroscopic precession.
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Other topics that are covered include semiconductor quantum dots, the semiconductor Bloch equations, correlation and scattering effects, field quantization, nonequilibrium Green's function theory, and quantum optical effects in semiconductors.
Additionally, Bloch described the motion of the nuclei in the magnetic field with a set of differential equations referred to as the Bloch equations.