## Mathematical techniques for EPR analysis of S: Applications to FE3+ in quartz |

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advisory and research angle associated Legendre polynominals automatic data processing axis of quantization Basic Standards Bleaney BUREAU OF STANDARDS CENTER FOR RADIATION Chem coefficients COMPUTER SCIENCES crystalline electric field eigenstates electric field axes EPR ANALYSIS Fe in quartz following technical divisions Formulas supplementary g-tensor given in Table H parallel Institute consists Institute for Basic INSTITUTE FOR MATERIALS intensity extrema intensity formulas iron-doped quartz Kikuchi and Matarrese L. M. Matarrese line intensities Line Position Formulas line-intensity extrema line-position line-position formulas lobes M'Mm MATERIALS RESEARCH MATHEMATICAL TECHNIQUES matrix elements measurements and standards microwave field n/To NATIONAL BUREAU nfIo optic axis perturbation theory Phys Position Formulas q plane r-axis R. L. PETERSON Racah operators S-state ion second-order secular equations spectrum of Fe spin Hamiltonian Standard Reference Materials supplementary to Table symmetry synthetic brown quartz Table VII Technical Notes TECHNIQUES FOR EPR third-order terms two-fold axis z-axis Zeeman term