Published: Jan 1966
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Irradiation of inorganic materials frequently causes paramagnetic fragments to be trapped in the crystalline matrix. These fragments (radicals) may be studied by ESR. This technique is described briefly and isoelectronic radicals are compared with each other. The discussion of the diatomic radicals trapped in irradiated alkalihalides is followed by that of the more complex species which may be trapped in irradiated oxy- and fluoro-salts.
Morton, J. R.
Division of Applied Chemistry, National Research Council, Ottawa,
Paper ID: STP44636S