Flipping the spin state
costs very little energy and so is a more efficient means of transporting information than electron conduction, said Rule.
Theoretically, the release of gas and dust from a comet should wipe out the ice, change its spin state
, and silence all the activity, but observations taken over long time spans, clearly suggested a different case of prolonged activity.
From these results we can understand that, in pure limit, anomalous Hall conductivity in a single spin state
(spin-up or spin-down) and in single valley ([+ or -]) is quantized (depends only on fundamental unit of conductivity).
In the calculation of [H.sup.2.sub.0], we take the sum of the contribution from these two spin states
, unless we discuss a certain spin state
as the final state.
For an arbitrary total angular momentum j, and singlet case of the total spin state
, (2) leads to one equation:
The core-size or spin state
marker band region lies between 1500 and 1650 [cm.sup.-1].
Cibert, "Probing the spin state
of a single magnetic ion in an individual quantum dot," Physical Review Letters, vol.
Silaghi- Dumitrescu, Spin state
preference and bond formation/cleavage barriers in ferrous-dioxygen heme adducts: remarkable dependence on methodology, RSC Adv., 3, 26194 (2013).
Physicists at the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, part of the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, have claimed that they sent quantum data concerning the spin state
of an electron to another electron about 10 feet away, CNET reported.
a spin state
inversion in the resonant coil, the kinetic energy
The oxygenated erythrocytes have diamagnetic properties because of the S = 0 spin state
of the oxyhaemoglobin.
The longest paper in this collection shows how the intermediate spin state
in iron(III) porphyrin complexes can be increased in six coordinate mixed systems and in the cytochrome c' model where only one imidazole molecule coordinates to the iron(III) ion.