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Title An interpretation of two x-ray studies of vanadium sesquioxide (V2O3)
Abstract Recent studies of V2O3 include experiments performed with x-rays, and exploit atomic resonances of V ions. In one case the K-edge resonance has been used to enhance Bragg intensities, and in a second experiment the absorption signal has been monitored at L2 and L3 edges. Data collected on magnetically order V2O3 is successfully interpreted on the basis of an atomic model, and the established chemical and magnetic structures. The extensive diffraction data gathered in azimuthal-angle scans at charge-forbidden reflections is found to infer the V ion wavefunction, which in turn permits estimates to be made of atomic quantities not measured by diffraction, and including the absorption signal.
Keywords Physics , ISIS 2003
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Report RAL Technical Reports RAL-TR-2001-040. 2001. raltr-2001040.pdf 2001
Journal Article Physica B 318 (2002): 261. doi:10.1016/S0921-4526(02)00785-8 2002