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2024 MRSej, Vol. 26,

No 1.  SPECIAL ISSUE dedicated to Boris I. Kochelaev's 90th birthday

art. no. 24100 (3 pp.)   Aganov A.V., Aliyev M.N., Aminova A.V., Aminov L.K., Andronenko S.I., Atsarkin V.A., Deminov R.G., Eremin I.M., Eremin M.V., Fushman D., Garifullin I.A., Gafurov M.R., Golenishchev-Kutuzov V.A., Grinberg E., Krug von Nidda H.A., Loidl A., Malkin B.Z., Nigmatullin R.R., Nikitin S.I., Ovchinnikov I.V., Proshin Yu.N., Romanova I.V., Sadykov E.K., Salakhov M.H., Sharin E.P., Shavrov V.G., Shengelaya A., Shilova E.V., Skirda V.D., Sushkov S.V., Tagirov L.R., Tagirov M.S., Talanov Yu.I., Tayurskii D.A., Yusupov R.V., Zhikharev V.A.
Professor Boris I. Kochelaev

art. no. 24101 (8 pp.)   Eremin M.V.
Effects of exchange-covalent bonds on the orbital moment of paramagnetic centers with unfilled 3d-shells

art. no. 24102 (11 pp.)   Larionov I.A.
Paramagnon excitations' theory for nuclear magnetic resonance and resonant inelastic X-ray scattering studies in doped plane copper oxide superconductors

art. no. 24103 (11 pp.)   Nikitina Y.O., Petrakova N.V., Maksimenko E.I., Chizhevskaya S.V., Andreev S.M., Sadovnikova M.A., Murzakhanov F.F., Mamin G.V., Gafurov M.R., Komlev V.S.
Synthesis and study of the cerium doped hydroxyapatite powders

art. no. 24104 (7 pp.)   Hemmida M., Krug~von~Nidda H.A.
Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless correlations in BaNi2X2O8

art. no. 24105 (14 pp.)   Nigmatullin R.R.
Fractals and fractional integrals: Are there some accurate relationships between them?

art. no. 24106 (9 pp.)   Piyanzina I.I., Mamin R.F., Nedopekin O.V., Tayurskii D.A.
DFT investigation of magneto-electric coupling at the antiferromagnetic/ferroelectric interfaces: LaMnO3/XTiO3 (X=Ba, Pb) heterostructure

art. no. 24107 (10 pp.)   Saad M., Nikitin S.I., Tayurskii D.A., Kiiamov A.G., Yusupov R.V.
Room Temperature Ferromagnetism of Graphite: Impurity Induced vs Intrinsic Origin

art. no. 24108 (6 pp.)   Sharin E.P.
Electronic and optical properties of planar MoS2/WS2 heterostructure

art. no. 24109 (9 pp.)   Siraev F.M., Avdeev M.V., Proshin Yu.N.
Harmony in flux: Coexistence of superconductivity and magnetism

art. no. 24110 (8 pp.)   Talanov Yu.I., Gimazov I.I., Zhelezniakova D.E.
Impact of spin correlations on resistivity and microwave absorption of Ba(Fe1-xCox)2As2

art. no. 24111 (9 pp.)   Tumanov V.A., Proshin Yu.N.
Comparison of several methods for determining the critical temperature of a superconducting transition in ferromagnet/superconductor heterostructures

art. no. 24112 (7 pp.)   Useinov N.Kh., Zaitsev N.S., Tagirov L.R.
Spin-polarized currents in point magnetic tunnel junctions taking into account gradients of the electrochemical potential

art. no. 24113 (8 pp.)   Volkov A.F., Eremin I.M.
Note on possibility of proximity induced spontaneous currents in superconductor/normal metal heterostructures

No 2.  SPECIAL ISSUE dedicated to Boris Z. Malkin's 85th birthday

art. no. 24200 (3 pp.)   Aganov A.V., Aminov K.L., Aminov L.K., Andronenko S.I., Barbara B., Baibekov E.I., Boldyrev K.N., Eremin M.V., Fatkullin N.F., Gafurov M.R., Gerasimov K.I., Golenishchev-Kutuzov V.A., Khamzin A.A., Klimin S.A., Kochelaev B.I., Kurkin I.N., Larionov A.L., Larionov I.A., Moiseev S.A., Moskvin A.S., Nigmatullin R.R., Nikitin S.I., Ovchinnikov I.V., Popova M.N., Proshin Yu.N., Pukhov K.K., Rakhmatullin R.M., Romanova I.V., Sadykov E.K., Saikin S.K., Salakhov M.Kh., Shakurov G.S., Skirda V.D., Solovyev O.V., Sushkov S.V., Tagirov L.R., Tagirov M.S., Talanov Yu.I., Tarasov V.F., Tayurskii D.A., Tsukerblat B.S., Yusupov R.V., Zapasskii V.S., Zhikharev V.A.
Professor Boris Z. Malkin

art. no. 24201 (6 pp.)   Aminov L.K.
About the power of infinite sets

art. no. 24203 (5 pp.)   Chernyshev V.A.
Crystal structure of impurity centers Eu3+ and Dy3+ in Re2Ti2O7 (Re=Gd,Tb) crystals: ab initio calculation

art. no. 24209 (5 pp.)   Parfishina A.S., Dooglav A.V., Menshikov M.E., Baibekov E.I., Korableva S.L., Romanova I.V., Tagirov M.S.
Using acoustic resonance for measuring magnetostriction

art. no. 24210 (7 pp.)   Popova M.N., Diab M., Boldyrev K.N.
Erbium luminescent probe in a GdFe3(BO3)4 single crystal: phase transitions and temperature measurements

2023 MRSej, Vol. 25,

No 1.

art. no. 23101 (8 pp.)   Zaripov R.B., Gainetdinov A.F.
ENDOR implementation using STM32 microcontroller

art. no. 23102 (8 pp.)   Sukhanov A.A., Valeev V.F., Nuzhdin V.I., Khaibullin R.I.
Magnetic resonance studies of Ar-ion irradiated rutile

No 2.

art. no. 23201 (7 pp.)   Shurtakova D.V., Mamin G.V., Gafurov M.R.
The study of synthetic tricalcium phosphate by EPR and DFT methods

art. no. 23202 (9 pp.)   Vavilova E.L.
Ordered state of the intrinstic two-component magnetoelectric material Li2CuZrO4 according to 7Li NMR data

art. no. 23203 (6 pp.)   Zverev D.G., Murzakhanov F.F., Sadovnikova M.A., Yavkin B.V.
Low cost ODMR attachment for commercial EPR spectrometers

art. no. 23204 (11 pp.)   Makushin K.M., Baibekov E.I.
Quantum computation of the lowest-energy Kramers states and magnetic g-factors of rare earth ions in crystals

No 3.

art. no. 23300 (4 pp.)   Abe S., Aganov A.V., Akchurin A.D., Batulin R.G., Belushkin A.V., Bikmaev I.F., Boltakova N.V., Eremin M.V., Eremina R.M., Fishman A.I., Gafurov M.R., Gumarova I.I., Kalachev A.A., Kharintsev S.S., Kiiamov A.G., Klochkov V.V., Kochelaev B.I., Kono K., Lysogorskiy Yu., Matsumoto K., Mokshin A.V., Nedopekin O.V., Nikitin S.I., Ovchinnikov M.N., Proshin Yu.N., Romanova I.V., Salakhov M.Kh., Sherstyukov O.N., Skirda V.D., Sushkov S.V., Suzuki H., Tagirov L.R., Tagirov M.S., Turanov A.N., Usachev K.S., Useinov N.Kh., Vagizov F.G., Voronina E.A., Yusupov R.V., Zakharov Y.A.
Professor Dmitrii Albertovich Tayurskii

art. no. 23301 (9 pp.)   Popov D.V., Batulin R.G., Cherosov M.A., Yatsyk I.V., Chupakhina T.I., Deeva Yu.A., Eremina R.M., Maiti T.
Magnetic properties of the double perovskite Sr2CoNbO6-δ

art. no. 23302 (8 pp.)   Kadirov M.K., Sabirova A.F., Kadirov D.M., Mansurov R.N., Minzanova S.T., Kholin K.V., Galeeva E.I.
EPR of catalytic complexes of Mn (II) with sodium pectate

art. no. 23303 (11 pp.)   Demina A.Yu., Petrakova N.V., Murzakhanov F.F., Mamin G.V., Nikitina Yu.O., Sadovnikova M.A., Andreev S.O., Zhukov A.V., Gafurov M.R., Komlev V.S.
Analysis of the thermal treatment effects of gadolinium-containing hydroxyapatite by EPR method

2022 MRSej, Vol. 24,

No 1.

art. no. 22101 (6 pp.)   Sadovnikova M.A., Mamin G.V., Yusupov R.V., Kobchikova P.P., Murzakhanov F.F.
Coherence of optically addressable spin centers created in hexagonal boron nitride by proton irradiation

art. no. 22102 (10 pp.)   Mamniashvili G., Gegechkori T., Janjalia M., Gogishvili P.
Investigation of the single-pulse NMR echo origin in cobalt using additional magnetic video-pulses

No 2.

art. no. 22201 (6 pp.)   Kobyakov A.V., Patrin G.S., Yushkov V.I., Shiyan Ya.G., Rudenko R.Yu., Kosyrev N.N., Zharkov S.M.
Magnetic resonance properties of low-dimensional cobalt - Al2O3-germanium tunnel contacts

art. no. 22202 (8 pp.)   Yatsyk I.V., Eremina R.M., Chupakhina T.I., Deeva Yu.A.
Magnetic resonance analysis of spin dynamics in Sr2MnTiO5.87 double perovskite

2021 MRSej, Vol. 23,

To memory of Prof. Richard R. Ernst

To memory of Dr. Sergei B. Orlinskii

No 1.

art. no. 21100 (3 pp.)   Abdullin A.L., Aganov A.V., Akchurin A.D., Aliyev M.N., Aminova A.V., Aminov L.K., Bikmaev I.F., Bukharaev A.A., Chabdarov Sh.M., Dautov G.Yu., Fishman A.I., Gabitov I.R., Gafurov I.R., Gainutdinov R.Kh., Gilmutdinov A.Kh., Ilyasov A.V., Ivanov V.P., Kashapov N.F., Kalachev A.A., Kamalova D.I., Kharintsev S.S., Kochelaev B.I., Larochkina I.A., Malkin B.Z., Mokshin A.V., Nadeev A.F., Nefediev L.A., Nikitin S.I., Nourgaliev D.K., Ovchinnikov M.N., Pesoshin V.A., Proshin Yu.N., Sakhibullin N.A., Salikhov K.M., Samartsev V.V., Sherstyukov O.N., Sinyashin O.G., Skirda V.D., Sushkov S.V., Tagirov L.R., Tagirov M.S., Tayurskii D.A., Timerkaev B.A., Voronina E.V.
Professor Myakzyum Khalimulovich Salakhov, President of the Tatarstan Academy of Sciences

art. no. 21101 (29 pp.)   Misra S.K., Salahi H.R.
Simulation of four-, five-, and six-pulse Double Quantum Coherence signals for nitroxide biradicals: Distance measurement in biological systems

art. no. 21102 (9 pp.)   Mamniashvili G., Gegechkori T., Gavasheli T.
NMR inversion echo analog in cobalt and lithium ferrite under the combined action of radiofrequency and magnetic pulses

No 2.

art. no. 21201 (6 pp.)   Zverev D.G., Lukin S.N., Rodionov A.A., Shurtakova D.V., Gafurov M.R.
Multipurpose Portable Q-Band Bridge

art. no. 21202 (6 pp.)   Gafurov M.R., Mamin G.V., Zverev D.G.
Modernization of the X-band EPR spectrometer Bruker ElexSys E580 for dynamic nuclear polarization

art. no. 21203 (35 pp.)   Misra S.K., Salahi H.R.
Two-pulse double quantum and five-pulse double-quantum modulation sequences in EPR: Coherence transfer and distance measurements

2020 MRSej, Vol. 22,

No 1.

art. no. 20101 (16 pp.)   Misra S.K., Salahi H.R.
Relaxation due to thermal vibrations in pulsed EPR: Cylindrical-fluctuation model of perturbation of g- and A-matrices of an electron-nuclear spin-coupled system in a malonic-acid single crystal

art. no. 20102 (11 pp.)   Shakirov M.A.
Calibrating optical spectra using machine learning algorithms

No 2.

art. no. 20201 (11 pp.)   Likerov R.F., Tarasov V.F., Sukhanov A.A., Shestakov A.V., Eremina R.M., Zavartsev Yu.D., Kutovoi S.A.
Spin relaxation of the 171Yb3+ ion in the Y228SiO5 crystal

art. no. 20202 (125 pp.)   Aganov A.V., Larionov A.L.
On the 75-th anniversary of magnetic resonance (EPR) discovery. Pages in history. The development of radiospectroscopy at Kazan University

No 3.

art. no. 20300 (2 pp.)   Alakshin E.M., Dooglav A.V., Egorov A.V., Gafurov M.R., Gazizulin R.R., Kalachev A.A., Klochkov A.V., Kochelaev B.I., Mamin G.V., Orlinskii S.B., Proshin Yu.N., Safin T.R., Salakhov M.Kh., Tagirov L.R., Tagirov M.S., Volodin S.A.
Professor Yury Bunkov

art. no. 20301 (6 pp.)   Khutsishvili S.S., Perfileva A.I., Nozhkina O.A., Dyrkach A.Yu., Borodina T.N., Tikhonov N.I., Vakul'skaya T.I.
The accumulation and toxic effect of manganese during the growth and development of Solanum tuberosum L.

2019 MRSej, Vol. 21,

No 1.

art. no. 19101 (7 pp.)   Gafurov M., Galukhin A., Osin Y., Murzakhanov F., Gracheva I., Mamin G., Orlinskii S.B.
Probing the surface of synthetic opals with the vanadyl containing crude oil by using EPR and ENDOR techniques

art. no. 19102 (6 pp.)   El-Damrawi G., Abou Elzahab M., Dowadair A., Hosny A.
Electron paramagnetic resonance study on phosphosilicate glasses

art. no. 19103 (5 pp.)   Aleksandrov A.S., Egorov A.V., Korableva S.L., Tagirov M.S.
Anomalous 141Pr nuclear magnetic relaxation in PrF3 Van Vleck paramagnet

art. no. 19104 (7 pp.)   Kuzmin V.V., Bogaychuk A.V., Nekrasov I.K., Safiullin K.R., Salakhov M.H., Alakshin E.M., Klochkov A.V., Tagirov M.S.
The home-built high-field multifunctional pulsed NMR spectrometer

art. no. 19105 (7 pp.)   Shurtakova D., Yavkin B., Gafurov M., Mamin G., Orlinskii S., Kuznetsova L., Bakhteev S., Ignatyev I., Smirnov I., Fedotov A., Komlev V.
Study of radiation-induced stable radicals in synthetic octacalcium phosphate by pulsed EPR

art. no. 19106 (5 pp.)   Bochkin G.A., Fel'dman E.B., Lazarev I.D., Vasil'ev S.G., Volkov V.I.
Decay of multiple quantum NMR coherences in quasi-one-dimensional chains in calcium fluorapatite

art. no. 19107 (10 pp.)   Bochkin G.A., Fel'dman E.B., Lazarev I.D., Vasil'ev S.G.
Contributions of different parts of dipole-dipole interactions to relaxation of multiple quantum NMR coherences in a single crystal of calcium fluorapatite

art. no. 19108 (9 pp.)   Leushin A.M.
Tables of functions transforming according to the irreducible representations of crystal point cubic T and Th groups

No 2.

art. no. 19201 (10 pp.)   Ivanov D.S., Barskaya E.E., Skirda V.D.
Size effect for asphaltene particles in the resin by NMR

art. no. 19202 (10 pp.)   Ivanov D.S., Barskaya E.E., Skirda V.D.
The processes of aggregation and dissolution in model systems resin-asphaltene by NMR

art. no. 19203 (6 pp.)   Alexandrov A.S., Ivanov A.A., Archipov R.V., Gafurov M.R., Tagirov M.S.
Pulsed NMR spectrometer with dynamic nuclear polarization for weak magnetic fields

art. no. 19204 (7 pp.)   Shakurov G.S., Korableva S.L., Malkin B.Z.
High frequency EPR spectroscopy of Er3+ ions in LiYF4 and LiLuF4: a case study of crystal fields

art. no. 19205 (7 pp.)   Agzamova P.A.
Influence of structure effects and orbital ordering on the magnetic hyperfine field in pyrochlore oxides R2V2O7 (R = Lu, Yb, Tm, Er, Ho): ab initio calculations

No 3.  SPECIAL ISSUE dedicated to Boris I. Kochelaev's 85th birthday

art. no. 19300 (3 pp.)   Aganov A.V., Aliyev M.N., Aminova A.V., Aminov L.K., Atsarkin V.A., Eremin I.M., Eremin M.V., Fatkullin N.F., Fushman D., Garifullin I.A., Golenishchev-Kutuzov V.A., Keller H., Krug von Nidda H.-A., Loidl A., Malkin B.Z., Nigmatullin R.R., Nikitin S.I., Ovchinnikov I.V., Proshin Yu.N., Sadykov E.K., Salakhov M.H., Shavrov V.G., Shengelaya A., Skirda V.D., Sushkov S.V., Tagirov M.S., Tagirov L.R., Talanov Yu.I., Tayurskii D.A., Teitel'baum G.B., Zhikharev V.A.
Professor Kochelaev, Boris Ivanovich

art. no. 19301 (9 pp.)   Keller H.
Boris in Zurich ‐ Hugo in Kazan

art. no. 19302 (6 pp.)   Atsarkin V.A., Demidov V.V., Shaikhulov T.A., Ovsyannikov G.A.
FMR line shape effect on spin pumping in bilayer structures

art. no. 19303 (6 pp.)   Eremin M.V.
Magnetoelectric coupling in noncollinear ferrimagnets

art. no. 19304 (11 pp.)   Gaifullin R.R., Deminov R.G., Aliyev M.N., Tagirov L.R.
Superconducting spin-valves in spintronics

art. no. 19305 (9 pp.)   Gimazov I.I., Talanov Yu.I., Adachi T., Noji T., Koike Y., Omori K., Tanabe Y., Chareev D., Vasiliev A.
Fluctuations of various order parameters in cuprate and Fe-based superconductors as revealed by microwave absorption measurements

art. no. 19306 (8 pp.)   Krug von Nidda H.-A., Hemmida M., Kraus S., Pascher N., Deisenhofer J., Loidl A.
Intrinsic spin resonance in iron pnictides

art. no. 19307 (7 pp.)   Khazaradze G., Daraselia D., Japaridze D., Shengelaya A.
Magnetoelectric coupling in Y-type hexaferrite studied by a novel magnetic resonance technique

art. no. 19308 (18 pp.)   Nigmatullin R.R.
New approach in correlation analysis

art. no. 19309 (7 pp.)   Sharin E.P., Evseev K.V.
Effect of doping on the electronic properties of graphene

art. no. 19310 (13 pp.)   Useinov N.Kh.
Resonant magnetoresistance in double-barrier antiferromagnetic tunnel junction

No 4.  SPECIAL ISSUE dedicated to Boris Z. Malkin's 80th birthday

art. no. 19400 (3 pp.)   Aganov A.V., Aminov K.L., Aminov L.K., Andronenko S.I., Avram N.M., Barbara B., Baibekov E.I., Bersuker I., Brik M.G., Eremin M.V., Fatkullin N.F., Feofilov S.P., Garifullin I.A., Golenishchev-Kutuzov V.A., Kaplyanskii A.A., Kasatkina L.A., Kochelaev B.I., Kurkin I.N., Leushin A.M., Larionov A.L., Moskvin A.S., Nigmatullin R.R., Nikitin S.I., Osiko V.V., Ovchinnikov I.V., Petrenko O., Pisarev R.V., Pekurovsky V., Pominov A.I., Popova M.N., Proshin Yu.N., Pukhov K.K., Rosanov N.N., Sadykov E.K., Saikin S.K., Salakhov M.Kh., Shakurov G.S., Skirda V.D., Solovyev O.V., Sushkov S.V., Tagirov L.R., Tagirov M.S., Talanov Yu.I., Tarasov V.F., Tayurskii D.A., Teitel'baum G.B., Tsukerblat B.S., Yusupov R.V., Zapasskii V.S., Zhikharev V.A.
Professor Boris Zalmanovich Malkin

art. no. 19401 (3 pp.)   Aminov L.K., Gafurov M.R., Kurkin I.N., Nikitin S.I., Rodionov A.A.
EPR of single Yb3+ ions in CsCdBr3 monocrystals

art. no. 19402 (5 pp.)   Apreleva A.S., Sukhanov A.A., Tarasov V.F., Subbotin K.A., Zharikov E.V.
Dimer self-organization of 53Cr impurity ions in synthetic forsterite

art. no. 19403 (7 pp.)   Asatryan H.R., Shakurov G.S., Petrosyan A.G., Hovannesyan K.L.
Wideband EPR-spectroscopy of Y3Al5O12:Er3+, (Y0.9Lu0.1)3Al5O12:Er3+ and Y3Al5O12:Fe2+ crystals

art. no. 19404 (6 pp.)   Barbara B.
Quantum magnetism of single molecules and diluted rare-earth alloys

art. no. 19405 (6 pp.)   Brik M.G., Avram N.M., Avram C.N.
Advances of crystal field theory and exchange charge model

art. no. 19406 (11 pp.)   Chernyshev V.A.
Phonon spectrum of Nd2Zr2O7 crystal: ab initio calculation

art. no. 19407 (9 pp.)   Esmaeili A., Mohammed W.M., Yanilkin I.V., Gumarov A.I., Vakhitov I.R., Gabbasov B.F., Kiiamov A.G., Aliyev M.N., Yusupov R.V., Tagirov L.R.
Ferromagnetic resonance study of the epitaxial VN/Pd0.96Fe0.04 thin film heterostructure on MgO substrate

art. no. 19408 (6 pp.)   Leushin A.M.
To the structure of the trigonal center of Yb3+ ion in hexagonal perovskite crystal RbMgF3

art. no. 19409 (10 pp.)   Moskvin A.S.
The Löwdin orthogonalization and magnetoelectric coupling for noncentrosymmetric ions

art. no. 19410 (7 pp.)   Popova M.N.
High-resolution optical and EPR spectroscopy in solid-state research

art. no. 19411 (6 pp.)   Rakhmatullin R.M., Pudovkin M.S., Semashko V.V.
EPR evidence of surface paramagnetic defects formation due to annealing of LaF3 nanoparticles

art. no. 19412 (26 pp.)   Romanova I.V., Tagirov M.S.
Magnetic and magnetoelastic properties of non-conducting rare-earth single crystals LiLnF4 (Ln = Tm, Tb, Ho, Dy) (Review)

art. no. 19413 (7 pp.)   Solovyev O.V., Makhov V.N., Stryhanyuk H., Kirm M.
Low-temperature luminescence spectrum of forbidden 4f 135d‐4f 14 transitions in CaF2:Lu3+ crystal

art. no. 19414 (7 pp.)   Tsukerblat B., Palii A., Rybakov A.
Quantum cellular automata: theoretical study of bistable cells for molecular computing

art. no. 19415 (6 pp.)   Vazhenin V.A., Fokin A.V., Potapov A.P., Shakurov G.S., Petrosyan A.G., Artyomov M.Yu.
Paramagnetic centres in crystals YAlO3: Eu, Si

No 5.

art. no. 19501 (7 pp.)   Gafurov M.R., Kurkin I.N., Baibekov E.I.
Coherence times of Ce3+ spin states in CaWO4 crystal

art. no. 19502 (11 pp.)   Misra S.K., Andronenko S.I.
A variable temperature EPR study of Cu2+ doped single crystals of pyrovanadates β-Mg2V2O7, α-Zn2V2O7: estimations of non-coincident g2- and A2-tensors

art. no. 19503 (8 pp.)   Petrov A.V., Pasynkov M.V., Yusupov R.V., Nikitin S.I., A.I.Gumarov A.I., Yanilkin I.V., Kiiamov A.G., Tagirov L.R.
Ultrafast magnetization dynamics in thin films of L10-ordered FePt and FePd compounds: promising differences

art. no. 19504 (9 pp.)   El Damrawi G., Abdelghany M., Mnaaa E.
Nuclear magnetic resonance studies on vanadium phosphate glasses

art. no. 19505 (16 pp.)   Misra S.K., Salahi H.R., Li L.
Calculation of single crystal and polycrystalline pulsed EPR signals including relaxation by phonon modulation of hyperfine and g matrices by solving Liouville – von Neumann equation

No 6.

art. no. 19601 (11 pp.)   Batulin R.G., Cherosov M.A., Gilmutdinov I.F., Kiiamov A.G., Klekovkina V.V., Malkin B.Z., Rodionov A.A., Yusupov R.V.
EPR spectra and magnetization of XY-type rare-earth ions in pyrochlores Y2Ti2O7:RE3+ (RE = Yb, Er)

art. no. 19602 (5 pp.)   Gafurov D., Sturza M.-I., Vavilova E.
Thermally activated mobility of lithium ions in Li1-xCuSbO4 as studied by 7Li NMR

2018 MRSej, Vol. 20,

To memory of Prof. Charles Pence Slichter

No 1.

art. no. 18101 (8 pp.)   Misra S.K., Andronenko S.I.
EPR of the V4+ ion in single crystals of pyrovanadates β-Mg2V2O7, α-Zn2V2O7: Spin-Hamiltonian parameters

art. no. 18102 (9 pp.)   Gizatullin B.I., Savinkov A.V., Shipunov T.V. Melnikova D.L., Doroginitzky M.M., Skirda V.D.
Investigation of molecular mobility and exchange of n-hexane and water in silicalite-1 by 2D 1H NMR relaxometry

art. no. 18103 (7 pp.)   El Ouaddi H., Tirbiyine A., Taoufik A., Ait Ahmed Y., Hafid A., Mamor M., Chaib H., Nafidi A., Snoussi S.
Disorder effect and the vortex phase transition in layered organic superconductor κ-(BEDT-TTF)2Cu[N(CN)2]Br

art. no. 18104 (8 pp.)   Borich M.A., Savchenko S.P., Tankeyev A.P.
Degenerated nuclear magnetostatic modes in ferromagnets

art. no. 18105 (8 pp.)   Anikeenok O.A.
Calculation of the matrix elements of the long-range Coulomb interaction in low-symmetry crystals

No 2.

art. no. 18201 (9 pp.)   Gabbasov B.F., Gracheva I.N., Nikitin S.I., Zverev D.G., Dejneka A., Trepakov V.A., Yusupov R.V.
Experimental evidences of the shape-induced structural distortion of SrTiO3 single crystals from impurity Mn4+ ions electron paramagnetic resonance

art. no. 18202 (7 pp.)   El-Damrawi G. , Hassan A.K., Shahboub A.
31P and 27Al nuclear magnetic resonance studies on silver phosphate glasses

art. no. 18203 (5 pp.)   Galukhin A., Osin Y., Rodionov A., Mamin G., Gafurov M., Orlinskii S.
Radiation-induced paramagnetic centers in nanoporous synthetic opals - a probe for near surface protons (published as Rapid Communication)

art. no. 18204 (5 pp.)   Yanilkin I.V., Vakhitov I.R., Gumarov A.I., Pasynkov M.V., Mukhametova E.T., Aliyev M.N., Yusupov R.V., Tagirov L.R.
Magnetic and magnetoresonant properties of thin-film Fe/Ag/Co/CoO heterostructure synthesized by combined molecular beam epitaxy and reactive magnetron sputtering (published as Rapid Communication)

art. no. 18205 (6 pp.)   Tagirov M.S., Zhikharev V.A.
Magnetic resonance: from investigation of the aging processes in human brain to the study of the structure of heavy oil fractions

art. no. 18206 (9 pp.)   Dolgorukov G.A., Kuzmin V.V., Bogaychuk A.V., Alakshin E.M., Safiullin K.R., Klochkov A.V., Tagirov M.S.
The home-built pulse NMR spectrometer with CPMG sequence for 3He research at low temperatures

2017 MRSej, Vol. 19,

Prof. V.A. Zhikharev (to 70th anniversary)

No 1.

art. no. 17101 (17 pp.)   Khalvashi E.Kh., Fokina N.P., Elizbarashvili M.O.
Angular and temperature dependencies of EPR linewidth and Gorter relaxation rates in concentrated paramagnets: Application to La0.9Sr0.1MnO3 and La0.875Sr0.125MnO3

art. no. 17102 (11 pp.)   Khasanova N.M., Gabdrakhmanov D.T., Kayukova G.P., Mikhaylova A.N., Morozov V.P.
EPR study of hydrocarbon generation potential of organic rich domanik rocks

No 2.

art. no. 17201 (11 pp.)   Dzheparov F.S.
Random walks in disordered lattice, CTRW, memory and dipole transport

art. no. 17202 (7 pp.)   Savinkov A.V., Shakurov G.S., Mumdzhi I.E., Malkin B.Z., Nikitin S.I., Korableva S.L., Tagirov M.S.
Spectral and magnetic properties of impurity Tm3+ ions in YF3

art. no. 17203 (4 pp.)   Dooglav A.V., Gilmutdinov I.F., Katkov V.I., Kiiamov A.G., Mukhamedshin I.R.
89Y nuclear spin-lattice relaxation in SrY2O4:Ho3+ single crystals (published as Rapid Communication)

art. no. 17204 (5 pp.)   Alakshin E.M., Kondratyeva E.I., Nuzhina D.S., Iakovleva M.F., Gilmutdinov I.F., Kuzmin V.V., Safiullin K.R., Kiiamov A.G., Klochkov A.V., Tagirov M.S.
Magnetic properties of DyF3 micro- and nanoparticles (published as Rapid Communication)

art. no. 17205 (5 pp.)   Savinkov A.V., Gabbasov B.F., Morozov O.A., Kiiamov A.G., Tagirov M.S.
Study of the crystal field and rare-earth magnetism in YF3:Yb3+ (published as Rapid Communication)

art. no. 17206 (4 pp.)   Gafurov M.R., Mamin G.V., Kurkin I.N., Rodionov A.A., Orlinskii S.B.
Superhyperfine interactions in Ce3+ doped LiYF4 crystal: ENDOR measurements (published as Rapid Communication)

art. no. 17207 (10 pp.)   Murzakhanov F., Gabbasov B., Iskhakova K., Voloshin A., Mamin G., Putlyaev V., Klimashina E., Fadeeva I., Fomin A., Barinov S., Biktagirov T., Orlinskii S., Gafurov M.
Conventional electron paramagnetic resonance for studying synthetic calcium phosphates with metal impurities (Mn2+, Cu2+, Fe3+)

art. no. 17208 (10 pp.)   Dudalov A.S., Solovyev O.V.
Calculation of g-tensor of rare-earth ions with account of isotropic reduction of orbital momentum

art. no. 17209 (9 pp.)   Irisova I.A., Gracheva I.N., Lysogorskiy Y.V., Shinkarev A.A., Rodionov A.A., Tayurskii D.A., Yusupov R.V.
Electron paramagnetic resonance and X-ray diffraction study of PbF2 fine powders mechanochemically doped with Er3+ ions

2016 MRSej, Vol. 18,

Prof. V.A. Atsarkin (to 80th anniversary)

No 1.

art. no. 16101 (7 pp.)   Dolomatov M.U., Rodionov A.A., Gafurov M.R., Petrov A.V., Biktagirov T.B., Bakhtizin R.Z., Makarchikov S.O., Khairudinov I.Z., Orlinskii S.B.
Concentration of paramagnetic centres at low-temperature thermal destruction of asphaltenes of heavy petroleum distillates

art. no. 16102 (5 pp.)   Gracheva I.N., Gafurov M.R., Mamin G.V., Biktagirov T.B., Rodionov A.A., Galukhin A.V., Orlinskii S.B.
ENDOR study of nitrogen hyperfine and quadrupole tensors in vanadyl porphyrins of heavy crude oil

art. no. 16103 (5 pp.)   Ivanova T.A., Turanova O.A., Mingalieva L.V., Gilmutdinov I.F., Ovchinnikov I.V.
Electronic and magnetic properties of [Fe(3-MeO-Qsal)2]Y•n solvent (n = 0,1) complexes

art. no. 16104 (5 pp.)   Tikhonov N.I., Khutsishvili S.S., Lesnichaya M.V., Dolmaa G., Vakul'skaya T.I., Aleksandrova G.P., Sukhov B.G.
Paramagnetic properties and antioxidant activity of metal-containing bionanocomposites based on humic substances

No 2.
This issue was selected at XIX International Youth Scientific School "Actual problems of magnetic resonance and its application", Kazan, 24 - 28 October 2016. All papers were recommended to publication in our journal and they are published after additional MRSej reviewing. The MRSej Editors, Prof. M.S. Tagirov and Prof. V.A. Zhikharev, are responsible for the issue.

art. no. 16200 (2 pp.)   Tagirov M.S., Zhikharev V.A.
XIX International Youth Scientific School "Actual problems of magnetic resonance and its application"

art. no. 16201 (8 pp.)   Dzheparov F.S., Lvov D.V.
Impurity spin in normal stochastic field: basic model of magnetic resonance

art. no. 16202 (6 pp.)   Bochkin G.A., Fel'dman E.B., Vasil'ev S.G.
Dipolar relaxation of multiple-quantum NMR coherences in a linear homogeneous chain of 19F nuclei in calcium fluoroapatite

art. no. 16203 (5 pp.)   Gimazov I.I., Sakhin V.O., Talanov Yu.I., Adachi T., Noji T., Koike Y.
Superconducting fluctuations above critical temperature in the Bi2Sr2Ca1-xYxCu2O8 single crystals

art. no. 16204 (6 pp.)   Alakshin E.M., Klochkov A.V., Korableva S.L., Kuzmin V.V., Nuzhina D.S., Romanova I.V., Savinkov A.V., Tagirov M.S.
Magnetic properties of powders LiTbF4 and TbF3

art. no. 16205 (10 pp.)   Nuzhina D.S., Romanova I.V.
Simulations of equilibrium magnetic and magnetoelastic properties of non-conducting rare-earth compounds

art. no. 16206 (5 pp.)   Shafikov F.F., Savinkov A.V., Tagirov M.S.
Study of the crystal field in CeF3 and CeF3:Pr3+

art. no. 16207 (8 pp.)   Salikhov T., Klysheva E., Zvereva E., Nalbandyan V., Shukaev I., Medvedev B., Vavilova E.
Lithium diffusion in a new cathode material Li0.8[Ni0.6Sb0.4]O2 studied by 7Li NMR

art. no. 16208 (4 pp.)   Vorobeva V.E., Domracheva N.E., Gruzdev M.S.
EMR searching of quantum behavior of magnetic γ-Fe2O3 nanoparticles encapsulated into poly(propylene imine) dendrimer

art. no. 16209 (9 pp.)   Sapunov V.A., Denisov A.Y., Saveliev D.V., Soloviev A.A., Khomutov S.Y., Borodin P.B., Narkhov E.D., Sergeev A.V., Shirokov A.N.
New vector/scalar Overhauser DNP magnetometers POS-4 for magnetic observatories and directional oil drilling support

art. no. 16210 (4 pp.)   Sapunov V.A., Rasson J., Sergeev A.V., Narkhov E.D., Denisov A.Y., Rubinstein B.Y., Sapunov A.V.
Application of Overhauser DNP and K optics INTERMAGNET quantum magnetometers to fundamental physics and cosmology

2015 MRSej, Vol. 17,

No 1.

art. no. 15101 (7 pp.)   Yavkin B.V., Mamin G.V., Gafurov M.R., Orlinskii S.B.
Size-dependent concentration of N0 paramagnetic centres in HPHT nanodiamonds

art. no. 15102 (5 pp.)   Anikeenok O.A.
The method of secondary quantization in the strong bond approximation

art. no. 15103 (8 pp.)   Solovyev O.V.
Crystal field parameters and g-factors of the ground Kramers doublet of Ce3+ ion in LiYF4 crystal

art. no. 15104 (9 pp.)   Belov S.I., Kutuzov A.S.
Magnetic properties and spin kinetics in Kondo lattices

No 2.
This issue was selected at XVIII International Youth Scientific School "Actual problems of magnetic resonance and its application", Kazan, 26 - 30 October 2015. All papers were recommended to publication in our journal and they are published after additional MRSej reviewing. The MRSej Editors, Prof. M.S. Tagirov and Prof. V.A. Zhikharev, are responsible for the issue.

art. no. 15200 (3 pp.)   Tagirov M.S., Zhikharev V.A.
XVIII International Youth Scientific School "Actual problems of magnetic resonance and its application"

art. no. 15201 (6 pp.)   Balakirev N.A., Zhikharev V.A.
Computer simulation of growth and magnetic properties of quasi 2D magnetic cluster

art. no. 15202 (5 pp.)   Bunkov Yu.M., Klochkov A.V., Safin T.R., Safiullin K.R., Tagirov M.S.
Double magnetic resonance in MnCO3

art. no. 15203 (6 pp.)   Gimazov I.I., Talanov Yu.I.
Electron spin resonance study of the demagnetization fields of the ferromagnetic and paramagnetic films

art. no. 15204 (8 pp.)   Kondratyeva E.I., Safiullin K.R., Motygullin I.G., Klochkov A.V., Tagirov M.S., Kuzmin V.V.
Electron paramagnetic resonance and quantitative color investigations of various vacuum heat treated wood species

art. no. 15205 (4 pp.)   Bunkov Yu.M., Vetoshko P.M., Motygullin I.G., Safin T.R., Tagirov M.S., Tukmakova N.A.
Nonlinear FMR spectra in yttrium iron garnet

2014 MRSej, Vol. 16,

No 1.

art. no. 14101 (7 pp.)   Anikeenok O.A.
Transferred hyperfine interactions for O17: LaMnO3

art. no. 14102 (8 pp.)   Eremina R.M.
Anisotropic exchange and effective crystal field parameters for low dimensional systems, EPR data

art. no. 14103 (7 pp.)   Belov S.I., Kutuzov A.S.
Scaling corrections to the static magnetic susceptibility of the heavy fermions compounds YbRh2Si2 and YbIr2Si2

No 2.  SPECIAL ISSUE dedicated to Boris I. Kochelaev's 80th birthday

art. no. 14201 (9 pp.)   Atsarkin V.A., Demidov V.V., Sorokin B.V.
Resonance dc phenomena in manganite thin films

art. no. 14202 (7 pp.)   Fatkullin N.F., Valiullin R.
Short-time diffusion behavior of Brownian particles in porous solids

art. no. 14203 (19 pp.)   Nigmatullin R.R., Rakhmatullin R.M., Osokin S.I.
How to reduce reproducible measurements to an ideal experiment?

art. no. 14204 (6 pp.)   Sharin E.P.
Local magnetic field distribution of the vortex lattice near surface of superconducting plate

art. no. 14205 (6 pp.)   Maisuradze A., Shengelaya A., Pomjakushina E., Conder K., Keller H., Müller K.A.
Exponential temperature dependence of the Yb3+ relaxation in Y0.98Yb0.02Ba2Cu3Ox

art. no. 14206 (21 pp.)   Eremin M.V., Shigapov I.M., Eremin I.M.
Spin response in HTSC cuprates: generalized RPA approach with projection operators method

art. no. 14207 (5 pp.)   Andronenko S.I.
Spin relaxation of Mn ions in rare earth manganites in paramagnetic region

art. no. 14208 (14 pp.)   Garifullin I.A., Garif'yanov N.N., Leksin P.V., Kamashev A.A., Fominov Ya.V., Schumann J., Kataev V., Büchner B.
The peculiarities of the operation of the superconducting spin valve

art. no. 14209 (9 pp.)   Deminov R.G., Useinov N.Kh., Tagirov L.R.
Magnetic and superconducting heterostructures in spintronics

art. no. 14210 (10 pp.)   Schmidt B., Krug von Nidda H.-A., Riegg S., Ebbinghaus S.G., Reller A., Loidl A.
Probing the Metal-to-Insulator Transition in LaCu3RuxTi4-xO12 by Gd-ESR

No 3.

art. no. 14301 (5 pp.)   Seemann K., Leiste H., Krüger K.
Alternative theoretical approach of the exact ferromagnetic resonance frequency for common sample shapes by considering the phenomenological damping parameter - A tribute to C. Kittel and T.L. Gilbert

art. no. 14302 (4 pp.)   Alakshin E.M., Bunkov Yu.M., Gazizulin R.R., Gazizulina A.M., Isaenko L.I., Klochkov A.V., Safin T.R., Safiullin K.R., Tagirov M.S., Vedenyapin V.N., Zhurkov S.A.
Long-lived free induction decay signal in CsMnF3 single crystal

2013 MRSej, Vol. 15,

No 1.

art. no. 13101 (7 pp.)   Orlova A.Yu., Gainov R.R., Dooglav A.V., Pen'kov I.N.
A novel data on Ag5SbS4 and CuPbSbS3 probed by antimony NQR spectroscopy

art. no. 13102 (7 pp.)   Gafurov M.R., Yavkin B.V., Biktagirov T.B., Mamin G.V., Orlinskii S.B., Izotov V.V., Salakhov M.Kh., Klimashina E.S., Putlayev V.I., Abdul'yanov V.A., Ignatjev I.M., Khairullin R.N., Zamochkin A.V., Chelyshev Yu.A.
Atherosclerotic plaque and hydroxyapatite nanostructures studied by high-frequency EPR

art. no. 13103 (11 pp.)   Gafurov M.R.
TEMPOL as a polarizing agent for dynamic nuclear polarization of aqueous solutions

art. no. 13104 (6 pp.)   Alakshin E.M., Gazizulin R.R., Klochkov A.V., Kuzmin V.V., Sabitova A.M., Safin T.R., Tagirov M.S.
The home-built pulse nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer with digital quadrature detection for 3He research at low temperatures

No 2.

art. no. 13201 (9 pp.)   Savina Yu., Bludov A., Pashchenko V., Gnatchenko S., Stepanov A., Lemmens P.
Specific features of electron spin resonance in quasi-1D magnet β-TeVO4

art. no. 13202 (7 pp.)   Blokhin D.S., Berger S., Klochkov V.V.
Spatial structure of tetrapeptide N-AC-Ser-Phe-Val-Gly-OMe in "protein-micelle of sodium dodecyl sulfate" complex and in solid state by NMR spectroscopy

art. no. 13203 (9 pp.)   Irisova I.A., Rodionov A.A., Tayurskii D.A., Yusupov R.V.
EPR study of the CaF2 powder mechanochemical doping with rare-earth ions

2012 MRSej, Vol. 14,

No 1.

art. no. 12101 (9 pp.)   Vishina A.A., Maisuradze A.
Spin-magnon relaxation of Yb3+-ions in antiferromagnetic cuprate Y1-xYbxBa2Cu3O6+y

art. no. 12102 (5 pp.)   Vishina A.A., Maisuradze A., Shengelaya A., Kochelaev B.I., Keller H.
Inhomogeneous broadening of the EPR signal of Yb3+ ions in domain walls of lightly doped antiferromagnetic cuprates

art. no. 12103 (15 pp.)   Belov S.I., Kutuzov A.S.
Spin kinetics in Kondo lattice with heavy fermions

No 2.

art. no. 12200 (3 pp.)   Tagirov M.S., Zhikharev V.A.
XV years of International Youth Scientific School "Actual problems of the magnetic resonance and its application"

art. no. 12201 (9 pp.)   Dzheparov F.S.
Interplay of classical and quantum spin dynamics

art. no. 12202 (5 pp.)   Efimov S.V., Klochkov V.V.
NMR studies and molecular dynamics simulation of cyclosporin in complex with detergent micelles

art. no. 12203 (6 pp.)   Romanova I.V., Klochkov A.V., Korableva S.L., Kuzmin V.V., Malkin B.Z., Mukhamedshin I.R., Suzuki H., Tagirov M.S.
Studies of magnetization of lithium-rare earth tetra-fluoride single crystals

art. no. 12204 (7 pp.)   Galiullina L.F., Blokhin D.S., Aganov A.V., Klochkov V.V.
Investigation of "cholesterol + model of biological membrane" complex by NMR spectroscopy

art. no. 12205 (5 pp.)   Kozhanov K.A., Bubnov M.P., Cherkasov V.K., Abakumov G.A.
Versatile coordination sphere dynamics in o-semiquinonato pincer nickel complexes: an EPR study and mechanistic aspects

2011 MRSej, Vol. 13,

No 1.

pp. 1-4   Khutsishvili S.S., Vakul'skaya T.I., Kuznetsova N.P., Ermakova T.G., Pozdnyakov A.S.
EPR investigation of nanosized silver particles in polymer composites

No 2.

pp. 5-9   Gluschenko O.Yu., Polyakov N.E., Leshina T.V.
NMR study of cholesterol complexes with glycyrrhizic acid

pp. 10-13   Yankova T.S., Chumakova N.A., Pomogailo D.A., Vorobiev A.Kh.
Spin probe orientation distribution functions in aligned nematic liquid crystal

pp. 14-20   Konakov A.A., Ezhevskii A.A., Soukhorukov A.V., Guseinov D.V., Popkov S.A., Burdov V.A.
Temperature dependence of the conduction electron g-factor in silicon: theory and experiment

pp. 21-26   Manin A.Y., Efimov S.V., Klochkov V.V.
Obtaining spatial structure of cyclosporine (CsA) in chloroform using 2D NMR

pp. 27-35   Anikeenok O.A.
Approach to calculation of long range Coulomb interaction matrix elements in ion crystals

2010 MRSej, Vol. 12,

No 1.

pp. 1-6   Morozov E.V., Shabanova O.V., Pavlov V.F, Falaleev O.V.
Studying the initial stages of gelation process in colloidal silica on basis of synthetic silicates by NMR microimaging and relaxometry

pp. 7-11   Gubaev A.I., Rodionov A.A., Salakhov M.Kh., Subacheva I.N., Syrnikov P.P., Trepakov V.A., Yusupov R.V.
Photoinduced EPR in KTa0.988Nb0.012O3 crystals

pp. 12-16   Kutin Y.S., Mamin G.V., Orlinskii S.B., Silkin N.I.
Calculation of ZnO nanoparticle size distribution based on EPR line shape analysis

No 2.

pp. 17-21   Dmitriev A.I., Chernenkaya A.S.
Spin dynamics and charge order-disorder phase transition detected by EPR in α'-(BEDT-TTF)2IBr2

pp. 22-25   Nizameev I.R., Pudovkin M.S., Kadirov M.K.
EPR, structural characteristics and intramolecular movements of some phenoxyl radicals in toluene

2009 MRSej, Vol. 11,  

Third International Meeting of Prof. Kochelaev's Scholars (BIK-75) dedicated to the 75th birthday of Prof. Boris I. Kochelaev (April, 19, 2009) (In Russian only)

Prof. B.I. Kochelaev (to 75th anniversary)
 

No 1.
pp. 1-6   O.A. Anikeenok

    The Coulomb interaction between an s-orbital electron and ionic crystal lattice

pp. 7-13   A.S. Kutuzov, A.M. Skvortsova

    Determination of tetragonal crystalline electric field parameters for Yb3+ and Ce3+ ions from experimental g factors values and energy levels of Kramers doublets

pp. 14-19   O.V. Solovyev

    Electron-phonon interaction in the 4f125d electronic configuration of the Tm2+ ion in CaF2  

No 2.
pp. 20-23   M.S. Tagirov, V.A. Zhikharev

    XII International School for Young Scientists "Actual problems of magnetic resonance and its applications"

pp. 24-28   A.V. Fedorova, E.B. Fel'dman

    Multiple quantum NMR of interacting equivalent spins

pp. 29-32   I.A. Larionov

    Lorentzian form for the imaginary part of the dynamic spin susceptibility: comparison with NQR and Neutron Scattering data in copper oxide superconductors

pp. 33-37   Gazizulin R.R., Klochkov A.V., Kuzmin V.V., Safiullin K.R., Tagirov M.S., Yudin A.N.

    Inverse Laplace transform of 3He NMR relaxation data in porous media


2008 MRSej, Vol. 10

No 1.
pp. 1-5   A.V. Fokin, V.B. Guseva, M.Yu. Artyomov

    Models of Gd3+ Paramagnetic Centers in Tetrahedral Yttrium Clusters in Cadmium Fluoride
pp. 6-10   A.Yu. Orlova, R.R. Gainov, A.V. Dooglav, I.N. Pen'kov, N.N. Mozgova
    Copper NQR studies of Ag-doped ternary sulfide Cu12As4S13 (tennantite)

pp. 11-19   N.V. Shkalikov, Yu.M. Ganeeva, T.N. Yusupova, V.D. Skirda
    The characterization of asphaltenes by 1H NMR relaxation method: microsecond range of spin-spin relaxation times

pp. 20-24   A.A. Levantovsky, A.V. Komolkin
    Application of Non-Linear Approximation for Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectrum Analysis: Visual Spectrum Decomposer Software
pp. 25-30   A.L. Kovarski, A.V. Bychkova, O.N. Sorokina, V.V. Kasparov
    Temperature Effects in the FMR spectra of Magnetic Nanoparticles Dispersed in Polymer Film and Viscous Fluid  
pp. 31-38   N.A. Mavrinskaya, L.A. Pesin, M. Baumgarten, A.V. Mavrinskiy, E.M. Baitinger, S.E. Evsyukov
    ESR Studies of Chemically Dehydrofluorinated Poly(vinylidene fluoride)  
pp. 39-45   Ya.V. Baklanova
    H and
7Li NMR in Li2-xHxMO3 (M = Ti, Zr)  

2007 MRSej, Vol. 9,

No 1.
pp. 1-6   A. Sinicin, S. Borcov, V. Nadolinny, I. Kireenko, V. Kirillov
    EPR of the transition metal ions in micro-plasma coatings on aluminum alloy D16

pp. 7-12    M.V. Eremin and I.E. Lyubin
     Binding energy of a Cooper pairs with non-zero center of mass momentum in d-wave superconductors

pp. 13-17    M.V. Burova, A.V. Fionov, M. Bonora, A. Lund, V.V. Lunin
     Electron-acceptor Centers of Alkali Metal Modified Alumina Studied by the Anthraquinone as a Probe Molecule

No 2.
pp. 1-5   M.A. Fayzullin, V.A. Zhikharev
    Image-Potential States in Small Metal Particles

2006 MRSej, Vol. 8,  

 V.V. Demidov, F.S. Dzheparov, E.B. Feldman, N.P. Fokina, B.I. Kochelayev,
T.N. Khazanovich, Ye.K. Khenner, A.A. Lundin, A.Ye. Mefed, N.Ye. Noginova,
M.I. Rodak, O.A. Ryabushkin, K.M. Salikhov, M.S. Tagirov, V.A. Zhikharev, V.Ye. Zobov
    Prof. V.A. Atsarkin (to 70th anniversary)

No 1.
Preface    M. Tagirov, V. Zhikharev     
pp. 1-5   I.V. Romanova, R.Yu. Abdulsabirov, S.L. Korableva, B.Z. Malkin, I.R. Mukhamedshin, H. Suzuki, M.S. Tagirov
    Magnetoelastic Effects and Magnetization in LiDyF4 and LiHoF4 Single Crystals

pp. 6-9    M.V. Sundukova, A.R. Mutina, A.I. Skorinkin
     Inhibition of Water Transport Across Cell Membranes by Dimephosphon

pp. 10-14    S.I. Doronin, E.I. Kuznetsova, E.B. Feldman, S.D. Goren, G.B. Furman
     Multiple Quantum NMR Dynamics in Spin Systems in Dipolar Ordered State

pp. 15-19    M.N. Uvarov, L.V. Kulik, M.A. Bizin, V.N. Ivanova, R.B. Zaripov, S.A. Dzuba
     Triplet state dynamics of fullerene C60 studied by pulse EPR

pp. 20-23    K.A. Kozhanov, M.P. Bubnov, V.K. Cherkasov, G.K. Fukin, N.N. Vavilina, L.Yu. Efremova, G.A. Abakumov
     An EPR Monitoring of Isomerism and Coordination Sphere Dynamics in Five-Coordinated Pincer Nickel Complexes

pp. 24-27    G.V. Mamin, A.A. Rodionov, M.S. Tagirov, D.A. Tayursky, B. Odintsov
     The Surface Effects Influence on Magnetic Resonance in Carbonizate

pp. 28-32    A.A. Gippius, E.N. Morozova, K.S. Okhotnikov, A.S. Moskvin
     NMR study of quasi-1D magnetic chain in cuprates LiCu2O2 and NaCu2O2

pp. 33-37    S.I. Doronin, E.B. Fel'dman, A.N. Pyrkov
     Entanglement in One-Dimensional Open Chains of Spins 1/2 with XY-Hamiltonian

pp. 38-42    N.V. Shkalikov, V.D. Skirda, R.V. Arkhipov
     Solid-like Component in the Spin-Spin NMR-Relaxation of Heavy Oils

pp. 43-47    D.M. Druzhnov, E.S. Demidov, Yu.A. Danilov,Yu.N. Drosdov, V.P. Lesnikov, V.V. Podolskii, M.V. Sapozhnikov, S.N. Gusev, A.I. Suchkov
     Ferromagnetism in Thin Films of Germanium and Silicon Supersaturated by Manganese or Iron Impurities

pp. 48-52    D.V. Guseinov, A.A. Ezhevskii
     Spin Relaxation of Electrons Localized on Shallow and Deep Donor Centers in Silicon with Different Isotopic Composition

2005 MRSej, Vol. 7,

No 1,   A.D. Ineev, B.I. Kochelaev

    Creation and Stability of Skyrmion State in Two-Dimensional Magnets at Doping

2004 MRSej, Vol. 6,  

No 1,  Dedicated to Boris I. Kochelaev's 70th birthday SPECIAL ISSUE (22 papers)

No 2,   V.M. Vinokurov, A.R. Al-Sufi, A.E. Usachev

    Jahn-Teller Effect of Cu2+ ions in a Zinc Selenate Hexahydrate Single Crystal

2001 MRSej, Vol. 5

No 1,  In commemoration of S.A. Al'tshuler SPECIAL ISSUE (20 articles)

2000 MRSej, Vol. 4

No 1,   B.M. Bolotov

    Determination of NMR-spectrum moments of F19 in CaF2

1999 MRSej, Vol. 3

No 1,   B.M. Epel, S.B. Orlinskii, R.M. Rakhmatullin, Yu.K. Rosenzweig

    Spin-lattice relaxation of Nd3+ and Tb3+ in phosphate and sodium borate silica glasses

No 2,   G.V. Mamin, V.N. Efimov

    EPR and evidence for two structural nonequivalent states  of Tl2+(II) paramagnetic centers near noncentral positions in Rb2SO4 and Cs2SO4 crystals

1998 MRSej Vol. 2, 

No 1,   A.S. Moskvin, Yu.D. Panov 

    The Singlet-Triplet Jahn-Teller Polar Centers in Copper Oxides

1997 MRSej, Vol. 1,

No 1,   Andrei B. Bondarenko, Yurii N. Proshin

    The Model Calculation of Angular Dependence of CESR Linewidth in Aluminium

No 2,  I. Eremin

     Influence of strong electron correlations on the spin susceptibility in High-Tc cuprates

No 3,   R.M. Eremina, 

    Temperature dependencies of g-factors in GdBa2Cu3O6+x crystal

No 4,   S.A. Efremova, Yu. N. Proshin, S.L. Tsarevskii

    NMR Line Shape in Anisotropic Superconductors in Inclined Magnetic Fields


1997 To top of the Contents page
Volume 1, No 1, 17 pages (accepted: July 25, 1997).

Title: The Model Calculation of Angular Dependence of CESR Linewidth in Aluminium
Authors: Andrei B. Bondarenko, Yurii N. Proshin
Address: Department of Theoretical Physics, Kazan State University, Kremlevskaya, 18, Kazan 420008, Russia
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Volume 1, No 2, 10 pages  (accepted: December 8, 1997).

Title: Influence of strong electron correlations on the spin susceptibility in High-Tc cuprates
Author: I. Eremin
Address: Department of Theoretical Physics, Kazan State University, Kremlevskaya, 18, Kazan 420008, Russia
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Volume 1, No 3, 6 pages  (accepted: December 11, 1997).

Title: Temperature dependencies of g-factors in GdBa2Cu3O6+x crystal.
Author: R. M. Eremina
Address: Kazan Physical-Technical Institute, 420029 Sibirskii trakt 10/7, Russia
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Volume 1, No 4, 9 pages  (accepted: December 23, 1997).

Title: NMR Line Shape in Anisotropic Superconductors in Inclined Magnetic Fields.
Authors: S.A. Efremova, Yu. N. Proshin, S.L. Tsarevskii 
Address: Department of Theoretical Physics, Kazan State University, Kremlevskaya, 18, Kazan 420008, Russia
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1998 To top of the Contents page
Volume 2, No 1, 25 pages  (accepted: February 4, 1998).

Title: The Singlet-Triplet Jahn-Teller Polar Centers in Copper Oxides
Authors: A.S. Moskvin, Yu.D. Panov
Address: Department of Theoretical Physics, Ural State University, 620083, Lenin Ave. 51,Ekaterinburg , Russia
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Abstract: One of the most exciting features of the hole centers CuO45- in doped cuprates is in their unusually complicated ground state as a result of electronic quasi-degeneracy. An additional hole, doped to the basic CuO46- cluster with the b1g hole can occupy both the same hybrid Cu3d-O2p orbital state resulting in a Zhang-Rice singlet 1A1g and the purely oxygen eu molecular orbital resulting in singlet or triplet 1,3Eu  term with the close energies. We present a detailed analysis of the (pseudo)-Jahn-Teller effect driven by the near-degeneracy within the (1A1g, 1,3Eu)-manifold.

PACS: 71.27.+a, 74.20.s, 74.25.Ha, 76.60.-k
Keywords: cuprates, spin fluctuations, hyperfine coupling, nuclear resonance
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Volume 3, No 1, 13 pages  (accepted: April 23, 1999).

Title: Spin-lattice relaxation of Nd3+ and Tb3+ in phosphate and sodium borate silica glasses
Authors: B.M. Epel, S.B. Orlinskii, R.M. Rakhmatullin and Yu.K. Rosenzweig
Address: Kazan State University, Kremlevskaya, 18, Kazan 420008, Russia
e-mail: boris.epel@ksu.ru

Abstract: The experimental study of the electron spin-lattice relaxation (SLR) of Nd3+ and Tb3+ ions in phosphate and sodium borate silica glasses was performed. Measurements were made with electron spin echo technique. Temperature dependences of spin-lattice relaxation of the rare earth ions reveal the contribution of different relaxation mechanisms. A stepped like change of the SLR rate observed for Tb3+ and Nd3+ ions was explained by cross relaxation.

PACS: 71.55; 76.30
Keywords: glass, EPR, ESE, spin-lattice relaxation
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Volume 3, No 2, 8 pages  (accepted: October 5, 1999).

 Title: EPR and evidence for two structural nonequivalent states  of Tl2+(II) paramagnetic centers near noncentral positions in Rb2SO4 and Cs2SO4 crystals
Authors: G.V. Mamin, V.N. Efimov
Address: Kazan State University, Kremlevskaya, 18, Kazan 420008, Russia
e-mail: george.mamin@kpfu.ru,   vladimir.efimov@kpfu.ru


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Volume 4, No 1, 6 pages  (accepted: May 17, 2000).

 Title: Determination of NMR-spectrum moments of F19 in CaF2 from the line shape parameters.
Author: B.M. Bolotov
Address: Institute of Physics and Technology, Ibragimova, 1, Almaty 480082, Kazakhstan
e-mail: bolotov@satsun.sci.kz

Abstract: Results of calculation of NMR line moments of F19 in CaF2 compared with experimental data are presented.

PACS: 76.60.-k;75.20.Ck
Keywords: nuclear magnetic resonance, line shape, moments
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Volume 5, No 1, Special Issue    (Only in Russian!)

Title:  In commemoration of S.A. Al'tshuler. Recollections of friends, colleagues, disciples.
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Abstract: The collection is devoted to memory of Semjon Alexsandrovich Al'tshuler (1911-1983), eminent physicist-theorist, one of founders of the Kazan magnetic radiospectroscopy school. (Only in Russian!)

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Volume 6, No 1, Special Issue

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This special issue (MRSej, Volume 6, No 1) is dedicated to Professor Boris I. Kochelaev on the occasion of his seventieth birthday. The 22 papers are originally written by Kochelaev's colleagues, friends, and pupils to his anniversary, and they cover the wide range of problems of modern condensed matter physics: from polymer physics up to superconductor physics.

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Volume 6, No 2, 5 pages  (accepted: May 21, 2004).

 Title: Jahn-Teller Effect of Cu2+ ions in a Zinc Selenate Hexahydrate Single Crystal
Authors: V.M. Vinokurov1, A.R. Al-Sufi1, A.E. Usachev2
Addresses: 1 Kazan State University, Kremlevskaya, 18, Kazan 420008, Russia
2 Kazan State Power-Engineering University, Kazan, Russia
e-mail: Aleksandr_Usachev@rambler.ru

Abstract: X- and Q-band studies of Cu2+ and Mn2+ doped ZnSeO4·6H2O single crystals in the temperature range of 4.2-300 K are carried out. Experimental data on EPR, spin-lattice relaxation time and optical absorption spectra are explained in the frame of the Jahn-Teller Effect of the Cu2+ ion under the low- symmetry deformation of the nearest environment of the Cu2+ ion.

PACS: 71.55; 76.30
Keywords: electron paramagnetic resonance, Jahn-Teller effect, spin-lattice relaxation time, optical absorption
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Volume 7, No 1, 6 pages  (accepted: November 10, 2005).

 Title: Creation and Stability of Skyrmion State in Two-Dimensional Magnets at Doping
Authors: A.D. Ineev*, B.I. Kochelaev
Address: Kazan State University, Kremlevskaya, 18, Kazan 420008, Russia
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Abstract: It was shown that the hole introduced in CuO2 plane causes the creation of the skyrmion spin configuration. The stability of the skyrmion state is investigated. It was established that the critical values of the exchange interaction anisotropy and interaction between planes at which skyrmion starts to destroy, are much more than in real cuprates.

PACS: 75.10.-b;74.72.-h
Keywords: skyrmion, antiskyrmion, exchange coupling anisotropy
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2007 To top of the Contents page
Volume 9, No 1.


Pages: 1-6 (accepted: January 22, 2007)
Title: EPR of the transition metal ions in micro-plasma coatings on aluminum alloy D16
Authors: A. Sinicin, S. Borcov, V. Nadolinny*, I. Kireenko, V. Kirillov
Address: Institute of Inorganic Chemistry Siberian Branch of RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia
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Abstract: The influence of micro plasma oxidation (MPO) process conditions on creation of the Al2O3 coatings on aluminum alloy D16 was studied using EPR technique. Aluminum alloy D16 contains alloyed transition metals such as Cu, Mn, Fe, Ni, Ti, being incorporated into the coatings structure during MPO processes. EPR data on transition metal ions allow estimating an appearance of a high temperature phase of Al2O3 due to difference in incorporation coefficients and in the EPR parameters of transition metal ions in low and high temperature Al2O3 phases of MPO coatings. These data show that no high temperature Al2O3 phases were created during anodic MPO process.

PACS:71.55; 76.30
Keywords: electron paramagnetic resonance, transition metal ions, structure of micro plasma oxidation coatings
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Pages: 7-12 (accepted: January 24, 2007)
Title: Binding energy of a Cooper pairs with non-zero center of mass momentum in d-wave superconductors
Authors: M.V. Eremin, I.E. Lyubin*
Address: Kazan State University, Kremlevskaya, 18, Kazan 420008, Russia
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Abstract: The binding energy of Cooper pairs has been calculated for the case of d-wave symmetry of the superconducting gap in layered cuprate superconductors. We assume that Cooper pairs are formed by the short range potential and then derive the binding energy in the form \Delta _{{\mathbf{kq}}} = \Delta _x ({\mathbf{q}})\cos k_x a + \Delta _y ({\mathbf{q}})\cos k_y a + \Omega _x ({\mathbf{q}})\sin k_x a + \Omega _y ({\mathbf{q}})\sin k_y a, where q  is a total momentum of the pair. Numerical solutions of the self-consistent system of the integral equations for quantities \Delta _x ({\mathbf{q}}) , \Delta _y ({\mathbf{q}}) and \Omega _x ({\mathbf{q}}), \Omega _y ({\mathbf{q}}) along different lines in qx, qy  plane have been obtained. Anisotropy of the depairing total momentum (or depairing current) has been calculated.

Keywords: high-Tc superconductors, depairing current
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Pages: 13-17 (accepted: January 29, 2007)
Title: Electron-acceptor Centers of Alkali Metal Modified Alumina Studied by the Anthraquinone as a Probe Molecule
Authors: M.V. Burova1,*, A.V. Fionov1, M. Bonora2, A. Lund2, V.V. Lunin1
Addresses: 1 Chemical Department, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
2 Department of Physics and Measurement Technology IFM, Link?ping University Link?ping, Sweden

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Abstract: Anthraquinone paramagnetic complexes have been used to study electron-acceptor centers on the surface of alumina modified with alkali metal ions (Li+, Na+, K+). Complexes have been characterized by CW EPR, ENDOR and pulse EPR (HYSCORE) techniques. It has been shown that alkali metal ions decreased the strength of electron-acceptor centers due to the inductive effect. As a result the concentration of anthraquinone complex with two Lewis acid sites (LAS) decreased, but the concentration of complex with one LAS increased with the increasing of alkali metal content. At large alkali metal concentration other kinds of anthraquinone paramagnetic complexes are formed, that are anthrasemiquinone weakly bound with LAS as well as anthrasemiquinone ion pair with alkali metal cation (lithium).

Keywords: EPR, ENDOR, HYSCORE, electron-acceptor centers, paramagnetic complexes of anthraquinone, alumina, aluminates
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Volume 9, No 2.


Pages: 1-5 (accepted: December 11, 2007)
Title: Image-Potential States in Small Metal Particles
Authors: M.A. Fayzullin1,*, V.A. Zhikharev2
Addresses: 1 Kazan State University, 420008, Kremlyovskaya 18, Kazan, Russia
2 Kazan State Technological University, 420015, Karl Marks 68, Kazan, Russia

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Abstract: Electron states near the surface of small metal particle caused by an image charge (image-potential states) have been investigated. The wave functions were calculated and the energy spectrum of these states was found depending on particle size. To estimate the influence of static magnetic field on the image-potential states the model problem, in which electron is localized on a surface of a sphere in uniform magnetic field was solved. In this case the field dependence of the energy levels represents a complex level crossing structure.

PACS: 73.20; 73.22
Keywords: image-potential states, energy level crossing
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Pages: 1-5 (accepted: January 25, 2008)
Title: Models of Gd3+ Paramagnetic Centers in Tetrahedral Yttrium Clusters in Cadmium Fluoride
Authors: A.V. Fokin*, V.B. Guseva, M.Yu. Artyomov
Address: Ural State University, Lenin pr., 51, Yekaterinburg 620083, Russia
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Abstract: Zero-field splitting parameters of Gd3+ ions localized in three types of tetrahedral clusters were estimated using the superposition approximation. The cluster structures were determined from the minimum condition of the energy of a lattice with a rare earth cluster. The monoclinic centers with b20 = -345 MHz and b20 = -600 MHz were related to [CdY2GdF26] and [Cd2YGdF26] clusters, respectively.

PACS: 76.30.-v, 76.30.Kg
Keywords: fluorite, rare earth clusters, electron paramagnetic resonance, zero-field splitting parameters, superposition approximation
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Pages: 6-10 (accepted: February 4, 2008)
Title: Copper NQR studies of Ag-doped ternary sulfide Cu12As4S13 (tennantite)
Authors: A.Yu. Orlova1, R.R. Gainov1,*, A.V. Dooglav1, I.N. Pen'kov2, N.N. Mozgova3
Addresses: 1 Department of Physics, Kazan State University, Kazan 420008, Russia
2 Department of Geology, Kazan State University, Kazan 420008, Russia
3 Institute of Geology and Mineralogy, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow 119017, Russia

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Abstract: The investigations of Ag-contaning tennantite, belonging to the group of tetrahedrite-based sulfides, were performed by means of copper nuclear quadrupole resonance (NQR) in a temperature range from 4.2 K up to 60 K. These experiments showed that copper nuclear spin-lattice relaxation rate T1-1 and nuclear spin-echo decay rate T2-1 depend on temperature in the same way as earlier studied samples with other impurity compositions. The obtained data are interpreted from the viewpoint of internal motions in the structure of tennantite. The analysis of copper NQR data at low temperatures points to magnetic phase transition near 60 K from paramagnetic phase to the phase, which resembles spin-glass-like constitution.

PACS: 76.60.Gv; 91.25.F - ; 91.60.Pn
Keywords: NQR, tennantite, tetrahedrite, magnetic phase transition
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Pages: 11-19 (accepted: February 21, 2008)
Title: The characterization of asphaltenes by 1H NMR relaxation method: microsecond range of spin-spin relaxation times
Authors: N.V. Shkalikov1,*, Yu.M. Ganeeva2, T.N. Yusupova2, V.D. Skirda1
Addresses: 1 Kazan State University, Kazan 420008, Russia
2 Institute of Organic and Physical Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Kazan 420088, Russia
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Abstract: The asphaltene powders have been studied by 1H NMR relaxation method, differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and X-ray structure analysis. The asphaltene samples were extracted from three oils with different component and hydrocarbon-group compositions. It was found that free induction decays (FID) of various asphaltene samples contain Gaussian component with spin-spin relaxation times T2 about 10?20 μs, which was named a solid component. The detecting possibilities of equilibrium first-order phase transitions and non-equilibrium glass-transitions on temperature dependence of part Ps of solid component in the 1H NMR signal are presented. The 1H NMR relaxation and DSC methods to study temperature properties of asphaltenes are compared. The glass-transition temperatures of side aliphatic chains of asphaltene molecules are measured. We set up that crystallization of high-molecular side aliphatic chains of asphaltene molecules is possible.

PACS: 76.60.Es, 61.18.Fs, 82.56.Na, 82.56.Ub
Keywords: Nuclear magnetic resonance, solid-echo, asphaltenes, solid component
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Pages: 20-24 (accepted: March 11, 2008)
Title: Application of Non-Linear Approximation for Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectrum Analysis: Visual Spectrum Decomposer Software
Authors: A.A. Levantovsky*, A.V. Komolkin
Address: Saint Petersburg State University, Ulianovskaya st., 1, Petrodvorets, Saint Petersburg 198504, Russia
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Abstract: The new application of non-linear approximation for spectrum processing and multiplatform software for spectrum analysis with friendly user interface is suggested. Experimental spectrum is approximated by a sum of a number of functions. Each function can be approximated on selected interval separately when other functions are subtracted from experimental spectrum. All actions can be made using graphical user interface.

PACS: 87.80Lg, 76.30.-v
Keywords: spectrum analysis, spectrum processing, approximation, peak fitting, GUI, electron paramagnetic resonance, EPR
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Pages: 25-30 (accepted: April 23, 2008)
Title: Temperature Effects in the FMR spectra of Magnetic Nanoparticles Dispersed in Polymer Film and Viscous Fluid
Authors: A.L. Kovarski*, A.V. Bychkova, O.N. Sorokina, V.V. Kasparov
Address: Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics, RAS, Kosygin Str., 4, Moscow 119334, Russia
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Abstract: Temperature dependences of ferromagnetic resonance spectra of nanoparticles of magnetite dispersed in polyethylene glycol films and nickel in vaseline oil have been studied. Sharp changes in spectra position (g-value) and linewidth have been found for both systems in the temperature interval 60 - 100 K above glass transition point. These effects have not been observed for polyethylene glycol films prepared under external magnetic field. It has been shown that the effects observed are connected with formation of anisotropic aggregates from nanoparticles under magnetic field action. The main factors determining the temperature of spectra parameters changes are the matrix viscosity, particles translational mobility and spectrum sweeping time.

PACS: 82.35.Np, 76.50.+q, 78.66.Vs
Keywords: magnetite nanoparticles, nickel nanoparticles, nanoparticles dispersions, polyethylene glycol films, vaseline oil, ferromagnetic resonance, temperature effects, nanoparticles aggregation
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Pages: 31-38 (accepted: May 6, 2008)
Title: ESR Studies of Chemically Dehydrofluorinated Poly(vinylidene fluoride)
Authors: N.A. Mavrinskaya1*, L.A. Pesin1, M. Baumgarten2, A.V. Mavrinskiy1, E.M. Baitinger3, S.E. Evsyukov4
Addresses: 1 Chelyabinsk State Pedagogical University, Chelyabinsk 454080, Russia
2 Max-Planck-Institut fur Polymerforschung, Mainz 55128, Germany
3 NanoCompound, Baesweiler 524999, Germany
4 Evonik Technochemie GmbH, Dossenheim 69221 , Germany
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Abstract: X-band ESR of chemically dehydrofluorinated poly(vinylidene fluoride) films has been studied in the 150 ? 375 K temperature range. Dehydrofluorinated films reveal an ESR signal with g-factor close to that of the free electron. The ESR parameters (integral intensity, width, g-factor) of the samples depend on duration of the chemical reaction, storage conditions and temperature. Heating above 375 K modifies paramagnetic component of the samples stored in air irreversibly, probably, as a result of hydrogenous radicals desorption and/or removal of oxygen, hydroxyl groups and moisture from the samples on heating. The deviation from the Curie law has been revealed for all the investigated samples.

PACS: 76.30; 81.65
Keywords: electron spin resonance, poly(vinylidene fluoride), chemical dehydrofluorination
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Pages: 39-45 (accepted: May 28, 2008)
Title: 1H and 7Li NMR in Li2-xHxMO3 (M = Ti, Zr)
Author: Ya.V. Baklanova
Address: Institute of Solid State Chemistry, Yekaterinburg 620219, Russia
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Abstract: Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), Raman spectroscopy and thermogravimetric methods were used to study the peculiarities of lithium ion replacement by protons in lithium metallates Li2MO3 (M=Ti, Zr). In this article we show that almost all protons in the final substitution products H2MO3 enter into the crystal structure. All protons in zirconium hydroxide belong to hydrogen-bonded OH-groups. Contrary, titanium hydroxide contains both hydrogen-bonded and isolated OH-groups. Protons in H2ZrO3 form hydrogen bonds weaker than in H2TiO3.

PACS: 61.05.Qr, 82.56.Ub, 82.80.Gk
Keywords: nuclear magnetic resonance, hydroxide compounds, titanium dioxide, zirconium dioxide
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Third International Meeting of Prof. Kochelaev's Scholars (BIK-75) dedicated to the 75th birthday of Prof. Boris I. Kochelaev (April, 19, 2009) (In Russian only) )

Prof. B.I. Kochelaev (to 75th anniversary)  

 

Volume 11, No 1.

Abstract: Analytical expressions for the Coulomb interaction between an s-orbital electron and the surroundings, infinite ionic crystal lattice are derived. The s-orbital wave functions are presented in the form of a Gaussian expansion. As a test, Madelung constants and interaction energy for NaCl, KMgF3, CaF2 are calculated using a single Gaussian exponent. The calculated values are coincided with known literature data with a high degree of accuracy.

PACS: 31.15.Ar, 61.44.Fw, 61.66.Fn
Keywords: localized orbitals, Madelung energy, orbital energy
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Pages: 7-13 (accepted: October 22, 2009)
Title: Determination of tetragonal crystalline electric field parameters for Yb3+ and Ce3+ ions from experimental g-factors values and energy levels of Kramers doublets
Authors: A.S. Kutuzov*, A.M. Skvortsova
Address: Kazan State University, Kremlevskaya, 18, Kazan 420008, Russia
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Abstract: The tetragonal crystalline electric field parameters for Yb3+ and Ce3+ ions are expressed via ground multiplet exited doublets energies and parameters defining doublets' wave functions. The crystalline electric field parameters for Yb3+ ion in YbRh2Si2, YbIr2Si2 and KMgF3 crystals extracted from excited state doublets energies and g-factors of ground state doublet are compared with parameters determined in other works.

PACS: 75.10.Dg, 76.30.-v, 75.20.Hr
Keywords: crystalline electric field parameters, g-factors, Yb-based intermetallides, heavy-fermion systems
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Pages: 14-19 (accepted: November 8, 2009)
Title: Electron-phonon interaction in the 4f125d electronic configuration of the Tm2+ ion in CaF2
Author: O.V. Solovyev*
Address: Kazan State University, Kremlevskaya, 18, Kazan 420008, Russia
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Abstract: The low temperature 4f13-4f125d absorption and emission band shapes of the impurity Tm2+ ions have been simulated within adiabatic approximation on the basis of a microscopic model operating with the real phonon spectrum of the host CaF2 lattice. Crystal field parameters and electron-phonon coupling constants were treated in the framework of the exchange charge model. Results of simulations of the spectral envelopes agree satisfactorily with the experimental data available from literature.

PACS: 78.20.Bh; 78.40.Ha
Keywords: 4f-5d spectra, electron-phonon interaction, CaF2
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Volume 16, No 2, SPECIAL ISSUE dedicated to Boris I. Kochelaev's 80th birthday

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Volume 17, No 2.
This issue was selected at XVIII International Youth Scientific School "Actual problems of magnetic resonance and its application", Kazan, 26 - 30 October 2015. All papers were recommended to publication in our journal and they are published after additional MRSej reviewing. The MRSej Editors, Prof. M.S. Tagirov and Prof. V.A. Zhikharev, are responsible for the issue.

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This issue was selected at XIX International Youth Scientific School "Actual problems of magnetic resonance and its application", Kazan, 24 - 28 October 2016. All papers were recommended to publication in our journal and they are published after additional MRSej reviewing. The MRSej Editors, Prof. M.S. Tagirov and Prof. V.A. Zhikharev, are responsible for the issue.

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Volume 21, No 3. SPECIAL ISSUE dedicated to Boris I. Kochelaev's 85th birthday

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Volume 21, No 4. SPECIAL ISSUE dedicated to Boris Z. Malkin's 80th birthday

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Volume 23, No 1.

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    Article No. 21202 (6 pp.) (accepted October 29, 2021; published October 31, 2021)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 23, 21202 (2021)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-21202
    Title: Modernization of the X-band EPR spectrometer Bruker ElexSys E580 for dynamic nuclear polarization
    Authors: M.R. Gafurov*, G.V. Mamin, D.G. Zverev
    Address: Kazan Federal University, Kremlevskaya 18, Kazan 420008, Russia
    *e-mail:

    Abstract: To study the effects of dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) in the X-band (microwave frequency of 9 GHz), using the capabilities provided by commercial EPR equipment, a part of the EPR spectrometer associated with the excitation and detection of double electron-nuclear resonance signals (ENDOR) has been modernized. Using the developed preamplifier of NMR signals, a homemade "Kazan Nova II" NMR spectrometer was implemented into the radio frequency path of the EPR spectrometer. The tuning and matching circuits made it possible to observe the NMR and DNP signals on protons in the frequency range 14.5-15.2 MHz. The performance of the DNP equipment was tested for a solution of the stable nitroxyl radical TEMPOL in benzene and a crude oil sample. The DNP effects caused by the Overhauser and solid effects were observed. The modernization of the existing EPR equipment creates a basis for further expanding its capabilities to study DNP effects in various systems at different conditions (in the pulsed mode of saturation of the EPR lines, with the temperature lowering, under the action of optical excitation, etc).

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    Article No. 21203 (35 pp.) (accepted November 3, 2021; published November 12, 2021)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 23, 21203 (2021)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-21203
    Title: Two-pulse double quantum and five-pulse double-quantum modulation sequences in EPR: Coherence transfer and distance measurements
    Authors: S.K. Misra*, H.R. Salahi
    Address: Physics Department, Concordia University, 1455 de Maisonneuve Boulevard West, Montreal, Quebec H3G 1M8, Canada
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    Abstract: Double-quantum (DQ) coherence transfers and signals in two-pulse DQ and five-pulse DQM (double quantum modulation) pulsed EPR sequences, utilized for orientation selectivity and distance measurements in biological systems using nitroxide biradicals, have been calculated here for X-band (9.26 GHz) pulsed EPR (electron paramagnetic resonance) using a rigorous numerical algorithm. It is shown, in general, that both, a finite (selective) pulse, rather than an infinite (non-selective) pulse, and the dipolar interaction between the two nitroxide radicals, are needed to produce non-zero coherence transfers in 0→2 and 2→-1 transitions. Furthermore, the simulations show that there exits orientational selectivity, as exhibited by the large value of the coherence transfer probability, T0→2, for those coupled nitroxides, whose dipolar axes, relative to the external magnetic field, are oriented symmetrically, within a small region, within about ±10° away from the magic angle θ = 54.74° and its supplementary angle θ = 125.26°. It increases monotonically as the amplitude of the irradiation field (B1) decreases. The magnitudes of the coherence transfers in the transitions 0→2 and 2→-1 are found to be about the same. They depend upon both, the amplitude of B1 and the duration of the pulse. As well, they increase significantly with increasing d, as found for d=10.0, 20.0, 30.0 MHz, where d=2D/3, with D being the dipolar-coupling constant. The numerical calculations, using Monte-Carlo averaging, reveal that the Pake doublets occur at ±3d/4$ and ±d for the two-pulse DQ and the five-pulse DQM sequences, respectively, as calculated for d=0.5, 7.0, 10.0, 20.0, 30.0, 40.0, 50.0 MHz. It is seen that for d = 0.5 MHz, considered here, for which the modulation depth can be measured within the dead-time, the dipolar depth of the modulation is ≈100%, which indicates that the DQ and DQM sequences are more efficient for distance measurements as compared to other techniques, e.g., DEER (double electron-electron resonance). The numerical algorithm for the five-pulse DQM sequence presented here is exploited to provide a good fit to the published experimental data. Simulations were also carried out at Ku-band (17.6 GHz), which showed that there occur no orientational selectivity at this band, unlike that at X-band. On the other hand, the signals and their Fourier transforms are found to be relatively more intense at Ku-band.

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Volume 24, No 1.

    Article No. 22101 (6 pp.) (accepted April 28, 2022; published April 30, 2022)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 24, 22101 (2022)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-22101
    Title: Coherence of optically addressable spin centers created in hexagonal boron nitride by proton irradiation
    Authors: M.A. Sadovnikova, G.V. Mamin, R.V. Yusupov, P.P. Kobchikova, F.F. Murzakhanov*
    Address: Kazan Federal University, Kremlevskaya 18, Kazan 420008, Russia
    *e-mail:

    Abstract: Spin-carrying defects possessing optically addressable ground states in semiconductors allow the development of solid-state quantum technologies. Recently such type of defect has been found in hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) and identified as a negatively charged boron vacancy (VB-). Here we investigate the possibility to create VB- centers in hBN by irradiation with high-energy protons (EP= 15 MeV), and probe the spin-coherence of the defects. Electron paramagnetic resonance methods show that such irradiation generates the VB- centers. Spin-relaxation times (T1 and T2) of VB- spin ensembles created by proton irradiation are determined to be 20 μs and 4 μs, respectively.

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    Article No. 22102 (10 pp.) (accepted August 22, 2022; published August 26, 2022)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 24, 22102 (2022)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-22102
    Title: Investigation of the single-pulse NMR echo origin in cobalt using additional magnetic video-pulses
    Authors: G. Mamniashvili1,*, T. Gegechkori1, M. Janjalia1, P. Gogishvili2
    Address: 1Andronikashvili Institute of Physics at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, 6 st. Tamarashvili, 0177 Tbilisi, Georgia
    Address: 2St. Andrews Georgian University of Patriarchate of Georgia, 53a Chavchavadze Ave., 0179 Tbilisi, Georgia
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    Abstract: A comparative study of the formation mechanism of a single-pulse echo and its analog formed jointly by radio-frequency and two magnetic video-pulses, when their amplitude exceeds the pinning force of domain walls, is carried out. The results obtained support the assumption that the single-pulse echo signal is formed by the mechanism of local field distortions at nuclei in domain walls when they are displaced by RF pulse fronts due to the inhomogeneity of the hyperfine field and the NMR amplification factor in the domain walls.

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Volume 24, No 2.

    Article No. 22201 (6 pp.) (accepted October 2, 2022; published October 12, 2022)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 24, 22201 (2022)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-22201
    This paper was selected at the VIII Euro-Asian Symposium "Trends in Magnetism" (EASTMAG-2022), Kazan, August 22-26, 2022. The guest Editor, Prof. R.M. Eremina, was responsible for the publication, which was reviewed according to the standard MRSej procedure.
    Title: Magnetic resonance properties of low-dimensional cobalt - Al2O3-germanium tunnel contacts
    Authors: A.V. Kobyakov1,2,*, G.S. Patrin1,2, V.I. Yushkov1,2, Ya.G. Shiyan1,2, R.Yu. Rudenko1, N.N. Kosyrev2,3, S.M. Zharkov1,2
    Address: 1Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk 660041, Russia
    Address: 2Kirensky Institute of Physics, Krasnoyarsk Scientific Center, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Krasnoyarsk 660036, Russia
    Address: 3Achinsk Branch of Krasnoyarsk State Agrarian University, Achinsk 662100, Russia
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    Abstract: The magnetic resonance properties of a low-dimensional cobalt-Al2O3-germanium tunnel contact are studied in this work. The appearance of minima observed at low temperatures on both sides of the cobalt layer was found on the thermomagnetic curve. The value of the temperature minimum differs in magnitude on both sides of the cobalt layer. The position of the minimum in the temperature dependence of magnetization depends on the sample preparation technology. As a result of layer growth, at least two magnetic phases appear. One contribution is from the spins of ferromagnetic particles (cobalt particles with a hexagonal close packed lattice), and additional contributions from the magnetically disordered phase of fine cobalt particles and Co-Al2O3 compounds.

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    Article No. 22202 (8 pp.) (accepted November 29, 2022; published December 1, 2022)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 24, 22202 (2022)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-22202
    Title: Magnetic resonance analysis of spin dynamics in Sr2MnTiO5.87 double perovskite
    Authors: I.V. Yatsyk1, R.M. Eremina1,*, T.I. Chupakhina2, Yu.A. Deeva2
    Address: 1Zavoisky Physical-Technical Institute, FRC "Kazan Scientific Center of RAS", Kazan 420029, Russia
    Address: 2Institute of Solid State Chemistry of the RAS (Ural Branch), Ekaterinburg 620990, Russia
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    Abstract: The spin dynamics of the Sr2MnTiO5.87 double perovskite have been studied via the magnetic resonance method. Two Lorenz lines below 100 K were used to describe magnetic resonance spectra. Using the Kawasaki-Mori-Huber and Vogel-Fulcher equations, the temperature dependence of the ESR line widths near the magnetic phase transition temperature have been described. The analysis of the line width in high-temperature limit allowed us to estimate the parameters of single-ion anisotropy and antisymmetric exchange interactions.

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Volume 25, No 1.

    Article No. 23101 (8 pp.) (accepted February 16, 2023; published February 23, 2023)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 25, 23101 (2023)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-23101
    Title: ENDOR implementation using STM32 microcontroller
    Authors: R.B. Zaripov*, A.F. Gainetdinov
    Address: Zavoisky Physical-Technical Institute, FRC Kazan Scientific Center of RAS, Kazan 420029, Russia
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    Abstract: The development of a simple device for the generation and control of radio frequency pulses, intended for experiments on pulsed electron nuclear double resonance (ENDOR), is presented. The device is implemented on a 32-bit microcontroller based on the Arm Cortex-M processor (STM32 family). The functionality of the device has been tested on an Elexsys E580 FT EPR spectrometer (Bruker, Germany) operating in the X and Q frequency bands. Within the limits of the developed device functionality it appeared to be compact and inexpensive, and comparable in performance to commercial devices.

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    Article No. 23102 (8 pp.) (accepted December 14, 2022; published February 26, 2023)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 25, 23102 (2023)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-23102
    Title: Magnetic resonance studies of Ar-ion irradiated rutile
    Authors: A.A. Sukhanov*, V.F. Valeev, V.I. Nuzhdin, R.I. Khaibullin
    Address: Zavoisky Physical-Technical Institute, FRC Kazan Scientific Center of RAS, Kazan 420029, Russia
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    Abstract: The point defects have been produced in the rutile structure by irradiation of a single crystalline (001)-TiO2 rutile platet wih 40 keV Ar+ ions. It is found that Ar-ion bombardment of rutile results in a large number of positively charged oxygen vacancies and, as a consequence, leads to a change in the valence of neighbouring Ti cations. Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) of Ar-ion irradiated TiO2 rutile is studied in detail. The analysis of angular and temperature dependences of EPR spectra makes it possible to conclude that EPR signals are associated with Ti3+ ions in the sixfold symmetric environment. In addition to the main signal from even titanium isotopes, eight equidistant weak lines are observed due to the hyperfine interaction typical for two titanium isotopes: 47Ti with a nuclear spin I=5/2 (natural abundance of 7.4%) and 49Ti with a nuclear spin I=7/2 (natural abundance of 5.4%). By comparing the g-tensor components with the reference data it is concluded that these Ti3+-based centers in Ar-ion implanted rutile were not described before.

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Volume 25, No 2.

    Article No. 23201 (7 pp.) (accepted June 8, 2023; published June 13, 2023)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 25, 23201 (2023)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-23201
    Title: The study of synthetic tricalcium phosphate by EPR and DFT methods
    Authors: D.V. Shurtakova*, G.V. Mamin, M.R. Gafurov
    Address: Kazan Federal University, Kremlevskaya 18, Kazan 420008, Russia
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    Abstract: In this research, we propose a model of an impurity nitrogen center in tricalcium phosphate (TCP). This impurity was not intentionally added but was detected by electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR). It was shown that the EPR spectrum of the powder under study is due to two types of such impurity centers, which we attribute to the TCP phase and the admixed hydroxyapatite phase. The parameters of the spin Hamiltonian for the center in TCP obtained using Density Functional Theory (DFT) calculations are close to the experimental ones and allow us to propose a model of a nitrogen-containing center. The temperature dependence of the spin-lattice relaxation rate in the TCP phase is described by a process proportional to T2.35 in the temperature range from 10 to 300 K.

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    Article No. 23202 (9 pp.) (accepted July 19, 2023; published July 24, 2023)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 25, 23202 (2023)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-23202
    Title: Ordered state of the intrinstic two-component magnetoelectric material Li2CuZrO4 according to 7Li NMR data
    Authors: E.L. Vavilova*
    Address: Zavoisky Physical-Technical Institute, FRC Kazan Scientific Center of RAS, 420029 Kazan, Russia
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    Abstract: The magnetic system of the Li2CuCrO4 compound is characterized by the formation of helical spin structures in CuO2 chains due to strong frustrations of the exchange interaction. The double position of lithium ions determines the existence of the dielectric glass state at T<=70 K. In this work, using the NMR technique, we found the activation energy of the dipole glass system Ea = 101 K and determined the type of helicoidal copper spin structure as a "screw". It was demonstrated how the high-temperature interaction of strongly correlated spin and dielectric subsystems in this compound paradoxically prevents the appearance of multiferroic behavior in the ordered phase.

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    Article No. 23203 (6 pp.) (accepted August 2, 2023; published August 3, 2023)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 25, 23203 (2023)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-23203
    Title: Low cost ODMR attachment for commercial EPR spectrometers
    Authors: D.G. Zverev*, F.F. Murzakhanov, M.A. Sadovnikova, B.V. Yavkin
    Address: Kazan Federal University, Kremlevskaya 18, Kazan 420008, Russia
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    Abstract: The low-cost device for optical detection of magnetic resonance (ODMR) has been developed for use with commercial electron paramagnetic resonance spectrometers. The equipment is based on a scheme with coaxial optical fibers, where the excitation is transmitted through a central fiber with a diameter of 400 μm, and the photoluminescence signal is collected using seven optical fibers with a diameter of 200 μm. The device has the ability to modulate the excitation radiation, microwave frequency and magnetic field. The ODMR attachment has been tested on standard and well-known NV - (nitrogen-vacancy) paramagnetic centers in diamonds. ODMR experiments were carried out in the X-band (9.4 GHz) frequency range with a magnetic field B0 sweeping from 220 to 470 mT. The best signal-to-noise ratio was obtained by modulating of the magnetic field.

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    Article No. 23204 (11 pp.) (accepted October 13, 2023; published October 17, 2023)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 25, 23203 (2023)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-23204
    Title: Quantum computation of the lowest-energy Kramers states and magnetic g-factors of rare earth ions in crystals
    Authors: K.M. Makushin*, E.I. Baibekov
    Address: Kazan Federal University, Kremlevskaya 18, Kazan 420008, Russia
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    Abstract: We present the results of the quantum calculation of the ground state energies and magnetic g-factors of two rare earth (RE) ions: Yb3+ in Y2Ti2O7 crystal and Er3+ in YPO4 crystal. The Variational Quantum Eigensolver (VQE) algorithm has been performed on 5-qubit IBM superconducting quantum computers via IBM Quantum Experience cloud access. The Hamiltonian of the lowest spectroscopic multiplet of each RE ion, containing crystal field and Zeeman interaction, has been projected onto the collective states of three (Yb3+) and four (Er3+) coupled transmon qubits. The lowest-energy states of RE ions have been found by minimizing the mean energy in ∼ 250 - 350 iterations of the algorithm: the first part was performed on a quantum simulator, and the last 25 iterations were conducted on the real quantum computing hardware. All the calculated ground-state energies and magnetic g-factors agree well with their exact values, while the estimated error of 2÷15% is mostly attributed to the decoherence associated with the two-qubit operations.

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Volume 25, No 3.

    Article No. 23300 (4 pp.) (accepted November 23, 2023; published December 23, 2023)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 25, 23300 (2023)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-23300
    Title: Professor Dmitrii Albertovich Tayurskii
    Authors: S. Abe1, A.V. Aganov2, A.D. Akchurin2, R.G. Batulin2, A.V. Belushkin2,3, I.F. Bikmaev2, N.V. Boltakova2, M.V. Eremin2, R.M. Eremina2,4, A.I. Fishman2, M.R. Gafurov2, I.I. Gumarova2, A.A. Kalachev2,4, S.S. Kharintsev2, A.G. Kiiamov2, V.V. Klochkov2, B.I. Kochelaev2, K. Kono5, Yu. Lysogorskiy6, K. Matsumoto1, A.V. Mokshin2, O.V. Nedopekin2, S.I. Nikitin2, M.N. Ovchinnikov2, Yu.N. Proshin2, I.V. Romanova2, M.Kh. Salakhov2,7, O.N. Sherstyukov2, V.D. Skirda2, S.V. Sushkov2, H. Suzuki1, L.R. Tagirov2,4, M.S. Tagirov7, A.N. Turanov2, K.S. Usachev2, N.Kh. Useinov2, F.G. Vagizov2, E.A. Voronina2, R.V. Yusupov2, Y.A. Zakharov2
    Address: 1Kanazawa University, Kanazawa 920-1192, Japan
    Address: 2Kazan Federal University, Kazan 420008, Russia
    Address: 3The Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics, JINR, Dubna 141980, Russia
    Address: 4Federal Research Center "Kazan Scientific Center of Russian Academy of Sciences", Kazan 420111, Russia
    Address: 5National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu 300093, Taiwan
    Address: 6Ruhr-University, Bochum 44801, Germany
    Address: 7Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan, Kazan 420013, Russia

    Abstract: This note is dedicated to Professor D.A. Tayurskii on the occasion of his 60th birthday

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    Article No. 23301 (9 pp.) (accepted December 7, 2023; published December 11, 2023)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 25, 23301 (2023)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-23301
    Title: Magnetic properties of the double perovskite Sr2CoNbO6-δ
    Authors: D.V. Popov1, R.G. Batulin2, M.A. Cherosov2, I.V. Yatsyk1, T.I. Chupakhina3, Yu.A. Deeva3, R.M. Eremina1*, T. Maiti4
    Address: 1Zavoisky Physical-Technical Institute, FRC Kazan Scientific Center of RAS, Kazan 420029, Russia
    Address: 2Kazan Federal University, Kazan 420008, Russia
    Address: 3Institute of Solid State Chemistry of the RAS (UB), Ekaterinburg 620990, Russia
    Address: 4Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur 208016, India
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    Abstract: Double perovskite Sr2CoNbO6-δ was obtained using a novel pyrolysis method involving nitrate-organic mixtures of the corresponding components and studied by means of XRF, magnetization-based, and EPR methods. The oxygen content equal to 5.4 was obtained from X-ray fluorescence analysis and magnetization data. The effective magnetic moment is 4.05 μB per cell, that corresponds to the theoretical values. The phase transition to an ordered state in the temperature range of 5÷300 K was not detected. The antiferromagnetic nature of exchange interactions between the spins of cobalt ions is confirmed by the negative sign of the Curie-Weiss temperature Θ=-50 K obtained via fitting the inverse magnetic susceptibility. An exchange-narrowed line from cobalt ions is observed in the EPR spectrum in the temperature range of 5÷80 K. A sharp increase in the linewidth at 80 K is associated with the dynamic Jan-Teller effect.

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    Article No. 23302 (8 pp.) (accepted December 13, 2023; published December 24, 2023)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 25, 23302 (2023)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-23302
    Title: EPR of catalytic complexes of Mn (II) with sodium pectate
    Authors: M.K. Kadirov1,2, A.F. Sabirova1, D.M. Kadirov2, R.N. Mansurov1,2,*, S.T. Minzanova1,2, K.V. Kholin1,2, E.I. Galeeva2
    Address: 1A.E. Arbuzov Institute of Organic and Physical Chemistry, FRC Kazan Scientific Center, Russian Academy of Sciences, Kazan 420088, Russia
    Address: 2Kazan National Research Technological University, Kazan 420015, Russia
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    Abstract: Coordination biopolymers, namely, nickel complexes of sodium pectate, have been actively studied in recent years as promising representatives of non-platinum catalysts for proton exchange membrane fuel cells. The structure of coordination polymers consisting of natural precursors is complex and not entirely regular. It presents significant difficulties in determining the internal structure of coordination polymers. Identifiable electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) signals of various Mn2+ units in sodium pectate manganese complexes have provided important structural information in systems similar in composition to nickel coordination biopolymers. In addition, the manganese complexes with the natural pectin polymers themselves are of interest as non-platinum PEMFC catalysts.

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    Article No. 23303 (11 pp.) (accepted December 26, 2023; published December 29, 2023)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 25, 23303 (2023)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-23303
    Title: Analysis of the thermal treatment effects of gadolinium-containing hydroxyapatite by EPR method
    Authors: A.Yu. Demina1, N.V. Petrakova1, F.F. Murzakhanov2, G.V. Mamin2, Yu.O. Nikitina1, M.A. Sadovnikova2*, S.O. Andreev3, A.V. Zhukov4, M.R. Gafurov2, V.S. Komlev1
    Address: 1A.A. Baikov Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow 119991, Russia
    Address: 2Kazan Federal University, Kazan 420008, Russia
    Address: 3St.Petersburg State University, Peterhof 198504, Russia
    Address: 4D. Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology, Moscow 125480, Russia
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    Abstract: Hydroxyapatite (HAp)-based materials doped with rare earth elements (REE) have shown applications as biomaterials, lighting emitting materials, scintillating materials, in vivo imaging probes, and thermoluminescent dosimeters. Gadolinium-containing calcium phosphates are promising contrast agents for various bioimaging modalities. In this work, hydroxyapatite materials with gadolinium ion impurities with a 0.44 mol.% concentration were obtained by wet chemical precipitation. Samples after chemical synthesis (as-dried) and heat treatment were studied using electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy in continuous wave and pulsed modes. Analysis of the EPR spectra made it possible to establish the incorporation of Gd3+ ions in the structure of HAp in two calcium positions with different parameters of the spin Hamiltonian. Heat treatment of samples at a T = 1300°C leads to a significant change in the EPR spectra of Gd3+ ions with a decrease of the uncontrolled nitrate anion centers (synthesis by-product) concentration.

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Volume 26, No 1.SPECIAL ISSUE dedicated to Boris I. Kochelaev's 90th birthday

    Article No. 24100 (3 pp.) (accepted April 19, 2024; published April 19, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24100 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24100
    Title: Professor Boris I. Kochelaev
    Authors: A.V. Aganov1, M.N. Aliyev2, A.V. Aminova1, L.K. Aminov1, S.I. Andronenko1, V.A. Atsarkin3, R.G. Deminov1, I.M. Eremin4, M.V. Eremin1, D. Fushman5, I.A. Garifullin6, M.R. Gafurov1, V.A. Golenishchev-Kutuzov7, E. Grinberg8, H.-A. Krug von Nidda9, A. Loidl9, B.Z. Malkin1,*, R.R. Nigmatullin10, S.I. Nikitin1, I.V. Ovchinnikov6, Yu.N. Proshin1, I.V. Romanova1, E.K. Sadykov1, M.H. Salakhov1,11, E.P. Sharin12, V.G. Shavrov3, A. Shengelaya13, E.V. Shilova14, V.D. Skirda1, S.V. Sushkov1, L.R. Tagirov1,6, M.S. Tagirov11, Yu.I. Talanov6, D.A. Tayurskii1, R.V. Yusupov1, V.A. Zhikharev15
    Address: 1Kazan Federal University, Kazan 420008, Russia
    Address: 2Baku State University, Baku AZ-1148, Azerbaijan
    Address: 3Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics, Moscow 125009, Russia
    Address: 4Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Bochum D-44801, Germany
    Address: 5University of Maryland, College Park MD 20742-3360, USA
    Address: 6Zavoisky Physical-Technical Institute, Kazan 420029, Russia
    Address: 7Kazan State Power Engineering University, Kazan 420066, Russia
    Address: 8Carl Zeiss SMT GmbH, Oberkochen 73447, Germany
    Address: 9University of Augsburg, Augsburg D-86135, Germany
    Address: 10Kazan National Research Technical University (KAI), Kazan 420111, Russia
    Address: 11Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan, Kazan 420013, Russia
    Address: 12North-Eastern Federal University, Yakutsk 677000, Russia
    Address: 13Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi 0179, Georgia
    Address: 14Mari State University, Yoshkar-Ola 424002, Russia
    Address: 15Kazan National Research Technological University, Kazan 420015, Russia
    *e-mail:

    Abstract: This note is dedicated to Professor Boris I. Kochelaev on the occasion of his 90th birthday

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    Article No. 24101 (8 pp.) (accepted April 15, 2024; published April 19, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24101 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24101
    Title: Effects of exchange-covalent bonds on the orbital moment of paramagnetic centers with unfilled 3d-shells
    Authors: M.V. Eremin
    Address: Kazan Federal University, Kazan 420008, Russia
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    Abstract: An effective operator of the interaction of the orbital moment of d-electrons with the magnetic field is derived by combining the method of secondary quantization with the technique of irreducible tensor operators. It is found that in addition to renormalization of the matrix elements of the total orbital momentum L there are new terms in the Hamiltonian of the interaction with the magnetic field. The effects are numerically calculated by the example of the ground term of Fe2+ ions in Fe2Mo2O8. Additional magnetic dipole transitions with ΔM=±3 and ΔM=±2 are allowed when the magnetic field is directed along the c-axis of the crystal and in the perpendicular orientation, respectively.

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    Article No. 24102 (11 pp.) (accepted April 15, 2024; published April 19, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24102 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24102
    Title: Paramagnon excitations' theory for nuclear magnetic resonance and resonant inelastic X-ray scattering studies in doped plane copper oxide superconductors
    Authors: I.A. Larionov
    Address: Kazan Federal University, Kazan 420008, Russia
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    Abstract: A mini auto-review of relaxation function theory with paramagnon excitations for doped S=1/2 two-dimensional Heisenberg antiferromagnetic system is given in view of magnetic response of high-Tc copper oxide superconductors as obtained by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and resonant inelastic X-ray scattering (RIXS). It is shown that RIXS data analysis is affected by approximations made for dynamic spin susceptibility and thus depends on paramagnon damping. The results of the theory give fair agreement without especially adjusted parameters to RIXS data for Y-Ba-Cu-O and Nd(La)-Ba(Sr)-Cu-O family compounds.

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    Article No. 24103 (11 pp.) (accepted April 15, 2024; published April 19, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24103 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24103
    Title: Synthesis and study of the cerium doped hydroxyapatite powders
    Authors: Y.O. Nikitina1, N.V. Petrakova1, E.I. Maksimenko1, S.V. Chizhevskaya2, S.M. Andreev3, M.A. Sadovnikova4, F.F. Murzakhanov4,*, G.V. Mamin4, M.R. Gafurov4, V.S. Komlev1
    Address: 1A.A. Baikov Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science RAS, Moscow 119334, Russia
    Address: 2D. Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Moscow 125480, Russia
    Address: 3St.Petersburg State University, Peterhof 198504, Russia
    Address: 4Kazan Federal University, Kazan 420008, Russia
    e-mail:

    Abstract: Hydroxyapatite (HAp) is an attractive material for creating biocompatible implants owing to its osteoregenerative properties, elemental and phase similarity to bone tissue. The flexible structure of the material allows the introduction of ionic impurities to improve physicochemical and biological characteristics while maintaining the space symmetry group. Rare earth ions are a new step in improving compounds to create luminescent bioimaging agent for application in diagnostics imaging medicine. Nanosized powder of HAp doped with cerium ions (Ce-HAp) was obtained in order to study the impurity localization and its oxidizing state with conventional and pulsed electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) at X-band. Undoped and doped HAp powders were synthesized via precipitation technique. It was revealed, that Ce-HAp powders after synthesis and heating exhibit luminescence in visible wavelength range (380 and 420 nm) that confirms the presence of Ce3+ in HAp structure. Heating of Ce-HAp in the air atmosphere results in formation of CeO2 with low intensity of luminescence. EPR spectra of the doped sample confirms the Ce3+ incorporation into HAp structure. The powder-like EPR lineshape for the obtained powders can be simulated with g = 3.47 and g = 0.51.

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    Article No. 24104 (7 pp.) (accepted April 15, 2024; published April 19, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24104 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24104
    Title: Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless correlations in BaNi2X2O8
    Authors: M. Hemmida1, H.A. Krug von Nidda1,*
    Address: 1University of Augsburg, Augsburg D-86135, Germany
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    Abstract: In this report, we compare the analysis of electron spin resonance (ESR) studies of Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless (BKT) correlations in the spin S=1 Ni2+-based layered honeycomb antiferromagnets BaNi2X2O8 with X = V, P and As. Moreover, we investigate the effect of doping on the BKT correlations by the substitution of Ni2+ by spin S=1/2 Cu2+ ions in BaNi2V2O8.

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    Article No. 24105 (14 pp.) (accepted April 15, 2024; published April 19, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24105 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24105
    Title: Fractals and fractional integrals: Are there some accurate relationships between them?
    Authors: R.R. Nigmatullin
    Address: Kazan National Research Technical University (KAI), Kazan 420111, Russia
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    Abstract: This study establishes precise links between the fractional integral of the RL-type and the averaging technique of a smooth function over 1D-fractal sets. These findings were previously reported in the works [Nigmatullin R.R., Le Mehaute A., Journal of non-crystalline solids 351, 2888 (2005)], [Nigmatullin R., Baleanu D., Fractional Calculus and Applied Analysis 16, 911 (2013)]. To draw in the interest of other experts operating in the NMR/EPR zones, it is helpful to repeat them again. The physical meaning of these acquired formulas is explained and numerical verifications are performed with the purpose of confirming the analytical results. Furthermore, results were achieved for a combination of fractal circuits with a discrete set of fractal dimensions that were generalized. We suppose that these new results help understand deeper the intimate links between fractals and fractional integrals of different types, especially in applications of the fractional operators in complex systems.

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    Article No. 24106 (9 pp.) (accepted April 15, 2024; published April 19, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24106 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24106
    Title: DFT investigation of magneto-electric coupling at the antiferromagnetic/ferroelectric interfaces: LaMnO3/XTiO3 (X=Ba, Pb) heterostructure
    Authors: I.I. Piyanzina1,2,*, R.F. Mamin2, O.V. Nedopekin1, D.A. Tayurskii1
    Address: 1Kazan Federal University, Kazan 420008, Russia
    Address: 2Zavoisky Physical-Technical Institute, FRC Kazan Scientific Center of RAS, Kazan 420029, Russia
    e-mail:

    Abstract: The primary benefit of incorporating a ferroelectric material into a complex heterostructure lies in the ability to manipulate various properties of the entire system using an external electric field. Specifically, the electric field can alter the polarization direction within the ferroelectric material, thereby influencing its structural properties. These structural changes, in turn, affect the electronic and magnetic properties of the neighboring material. The interfacial phenomena are of significant interest due to their potential to provide enhanced functionality in next-generation electronic devices. Inspired by the concept of employing ferroelectrics in heterostructure components, this study investigates the two-dimensional electron gas (2DEG) and the impact of ferroelectric polarization direction onto the electronic and magnetic properties. Lastly the presence of magnetoelectric coupling (ME) within the model systems of LaMnO3/BaTiO3 and LaMnO3/PbTiO3 heterostructures using density functional theory calculations was examined.

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    Article No. 24107 (10 pp.) (accepted April 15, 2024; published April 19, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24107 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24107
    Title: Room Temperature Ferromagnetism of Graphite: Impurity Induced vs Intrinsic Origin
    Authors: M. Saad*, S.I. Nikitin, D.A. Tayurskii, A.G. Kiiamov, R.V. Yusupov
    Address: 1Kazan Federal University, Kazan 420008, Russia
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    Abstract: In this study, we report an experimental attempt to resolve whether ferromagnetism of graphite nanoflakes is an intrinsic phenomenon or it solely originates from impurities. A comparative study of either a nominally undoped or intentionally contaminated with NiO or Gd2O3 samples was performed. We show, first, that a detectable by X-ray diffraction contamination may occur via the agate mortar/pestle working surfaces if prior to sample dispersion it was used for grinding of hard oxides. Second, we find a systematic trend in a development of a FM component of all three samples under vacuum annealing at 400 or 800°C. Third, we notice that the samples notably contaminated with NiO or Gd2O3 do not reveal any drastic enhancement in ferromagnetism with respect to the sample free from intentional doping, contrary to an expectation related to nickel and gadolinium oxides reduction to metallic ferromagnetic at room temperature state. As a result, we conclude that ferromagnetism of graphite nanoflakes is probably an intrinsic phenomenon that could be stimulated slightly by NiO or Gd2O3 impurities, though an impact of the agate (SiO2) contamination itself may also play a role.

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    Article No. 24108 (6 pp.) (accepted April 15, 2024; published April 19, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24108 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24108
    Title: Electronic and optical properties of planar MoS2/WS2 heterostructure
    Authors: E.P. Sharin
    Address: North-Eastern Federal University, Yakutsk 677000, Russia
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    Abstract: The electronic structure and optical properties of the MoS2/WS2 planar heterostructure are studied based on density functional theory. Compared with single-layer MoS2 and WS2, the MoS2/WS2 heterostructure has an indirect and very narrow band gap. In the visible region of the light spectrum, the maximum values of dielectric constant, refractive index and attenuation coefficient for MoS2/WS2 are shifted to the blue region of the spectrum.

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    Article No. 24109 (9 pp.) (accepted April 15, 2024; published April 19, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24109 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24109
    Title: Harmony in flux: Coexistence of superconductivity and magnetism
    Authors: F.M. Siraev, M.V. Avdeev, Yu.N. Proshin
    Address: Kazan Federal University, Kazan 420008, Russia
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    Abstract: This article is a brief overview of our recent work on theoretical studies of the interaction of magnetism and superconductivity in nanostructures. General approaches to the analysis of this interaction are discussed and the unified essence of the problem is revealed: the search for new phenomena and effects in such systems. Various aspects of this problem are considered, including proximity effects, solitary superconductivity, and inhomogeneous superconducting states. Approaches based on the properties of the band structure and Fermi surface for ferromagnets and superconductors in contact are considered in the context of predicting possible effects and explaining observed phenomena. The possibilities of further research in this area are discussed in order to expand our understanding of the physics of magnetic superconductors and develop new technologies based on them.

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    Article No. 24110 (8 pp.) (accepted April 15, 2024; published April 19, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24110 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24110
    Title: Impact of spin correlations on resistivity and microwave absorption of Ba(Fe1-xCox)2As2
    Authors: Yu.I. Talanov1,*, I.I. Gimazov1, D.E. Zhelezniakova1,2
    Address: 1Zavoisky Physical-Technical Institute, FRC Kazan Scientific Center of RAS, Kazan 420029, Russia
    Address: 2Kazan Federal University, Kazan 420008, Russia
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    Abstract: The results of studies of BaFe2As2 single crystals doped with cobalt by means of resistivity and microwave absorption measurement are reported. A theoretical description of the behavior of the microwave absorption amplitude is made taking into account the temperature dependence of resistivity, magnetic susceptibility and the lifetime of spin fluctuations. An assumption has been made that the deviation from the linear dependence of resistivity on temperature at T≤100 K is not related to the electron-electron scattering mechanism, but it is due to the appearance of nematic fluctuations. Estimates of the rate of scattering by spin fluctuations indicate their nematic nature at temperatures near the structural transition.

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    Article No. 24111 (9 pp.) (accepted April 15, 2024; published April 19, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24111 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24111
    Title: Comparison of several methods for determining the critical temperature of a superconducting transition in ferromagnet/superconductor heterostructures
    Authors: V.A. Tumanov, Yu.N. Proshin
    Address: Kazan Federal University, Kazan 420008, Russia
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    Abstract: Two methods for calculating the superconducting transition critical temperature of superconductor/ferromagnetic metal heterostructures in the dirty limit are compared. The first method relies on an approximation where the order parameter is assumed to be constant within each superconducting layer. The second method does not use any approximations and involves a numerical iterative process where the critical temperature and the order parameter distribution are jointly searched for in each iteration. Using these methods, we study various heterostructures involving a ferromagnetic and superconducting layers, including case where the ferromagnetic layer is split into domains.

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    Article No. 24112 (7 pp.) (accepted April 15, 2024; published April 19, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24112 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24112
    Title: Spin-polarized currents in point magnetic tunnel junctions taking into account gradients of the electrochemical potential
    Authors: N.Kh. Useinov1,*, N.S. Zaitsev1, L.R. Tagirov2
    Address: 1Kazan Federal University, Kazan 420008, Russia
    Address: 2Zavoisky Physical-Technical Institute, FRC Kazan Scientific Center of RAS, Kazan 420029, Russia
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    Abstract: This work examines the conductivity properties of point contact magnetic tunnel junctions taking into account gradients of the electrochemical potentials at the ferromagnetic metal/dielectric interface. The calculations were carried out for spin-polarized currents at arbitrary ratio the point magnetic tunnel junction size and the mean free paths of conduction electrons under the applied voltage conditions. Current-voltage characteristics were obtained for symmetrical and asymmetrical point junctions.

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    Article No. 24113 (8 pp.) (accepted April 15, 2024; published April 19, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24113 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24113
    Title: Note on possibility of proximity induced spontaneous currents in superconductor/normal metal heterostructures
    Authors: A.F. Volkov, I.M. Eremin
    Address: Ruhr-Universitat, Bochum D-44801, Germany
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    Abstract: We analyse the possibility of the appearance of spontaneous currents in proximated superconducting/normal metal (S/N) heterostructure when Cooper pairs penetrate into the normal metal from the superconductor. In particular, we calculate the free energy of the S/N structure. We show that whereas the free energy of the N film FN in the presence of the proximity effect increases compared to the normal state, the total free energy, which includes the boundary term FB, decreases. The condensate current decreases FN, but increases the total free energy making the current-carrying state of the S/N system energetically unfavorable.

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Volume 26, No 2.SPECIAL ISSUE dedicated to Boris Z. Malkin's 85th birthday

    Article No. 24200 (3 pp.) (accepted June 6, 2024; published June 6, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24200 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24200
    Title: Professor Boris Z. Malkin
    Authors: A.V. Aganov1, K.L. Aminov2, L.K. Aminov3, S.I. Andronenko1, B. Barbara4, E.I. Baibekov1, K.N. Boldyrev5, M.V. Eremin1, N.F. Fatkullin6, M.R. Gafurov1, K.I. Gerasimov7, V.A. Golenishchev-Kutuzov8, A.A. Khamzin1, S.A. Klimin5, B.I. Kochelaev1, I.N. Kurkin1, A.L. Larionov1, I.A. Larionov1, S.A. Moiseev7, A.S. Moskvin9, R.R. Nigmatullin7, S.I. Nikitin1, I.V. Ovchinnikov10, M.N. Popova5, Yu.N. Proshin1,*, K.K. Pukhov11, R.M. Rakhmatullin1, I.V. Romanova1, E.K. Sadykov1, S.K. Saikin12, M.Kh. Salakhov1,3, G.S. Shakurov10, V.D. Skirda1, O.V. Solovyev1, S.V. Sushkov1, L.R. Tagirov1,10, M.S. Tagirov3, Yu.I. Talanov10, V.F. Tarasov10, D.A. Tayurskii1, B.S. Tsukerblat13, R.V. Yusupov1, V.S. Zapasskii14, V.A. Zhikharev15
    Address: 1Kazan Federal University, Kazan, Russia
    Address: 2Altair Engineering, Troy, USA
    Address: 3Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan, Kazan, Russia
    Address: 4Institut Neel, CNRS, Grenoble, France
    Address: 5Institute of Spectroscopy RAS (ISAN), Troitsk, Russia
    Address: 6Technische Universitat Ilmenau, Ilmenau, Germany
    Address: 7Kazan National Research Technical University (KAI), Kazan, Russia
    Address: 8Kazan State Power Engineering University, Kazan, Russia
    Address: 9Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg, Russia
    Address: 10Zavoisky Physical-Technical Institute, Kazan, Russia
    Address: 11Prokhorov General Physics Institute, Moscow, Russia
    Address: 12Kebotix, Inc., Cambridge, MA, USA
    Address: 13Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel
    Address: 14Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russia
    Address: 15Kazan National Research Technological University, Kazan, Russia
    *e-mail:

    Abstract: This note is dedicated to Professor Boris Z. Malkin on the occasion of his 85th birthday

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    Article No. 24201 (6 pp.) (accepted May 2, 2024; published June 6, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24201 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24201
    Title: About the power of infinite sets
    Authors: L.K. Aminov
    Address:Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan, Kazan 420013, Russia
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    Abstract: Two main concepts of infinity (Aristotle's and Cantor's) are known in the history of mathematics. The last one, prevailing at present, was formulated by founder of the set theory Cantor about a century and a half ago. Cantor used (1) the diagonal method to compare the powers of the set of infinite rows of digits 0 and 1 and natural number series; (2) the Cantor's theorem about prevalence of the power of the set of all subsets of a set A over the power of A: |P(A)|>|A|. In this work it is shown by use of specific examples that Cantor's reasons can't be considered as strict proofs. Therefore, the concept of the common potential (Aristotelian) infinity seems to be more acceptable.

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    Article No. 24203 (5 pp.) (accepted May 30, 2024; published June 6, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24203 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24203
    Title: Crystal structure of impurity centers Eu3+ and Dy3+ in Re2Ti2O7 (Re=Gd,Tb) crystals: ab initio calculation
    Authors: V.A. Chernyshev
    Address:Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg 620002, Russia
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    Abstract: Within the framework of the DFT approach, with a hybrid functional PBE0 that takes into account the contribution of nonlocal exchange in the Hartree-Fock formalism, the structure of impurity centers Gd2Ti2O7:Eu3+, Gd2Ti2O7 :Dy3+ and Tb2Ti2O7:Eu3+ was calculated. It has been shown that there is practically no lattice distortion in these impurity centers.

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    Article No. 24209 (5 pp.) (accepted March 30, 2024; published June 6, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24209 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24209
    Title: Using acoustic resonance for measuring magnetostriction
    Authors: A.S. Parfishina1,*, A.V. Dooglav1, M.E. Menshikov1, E.I. Baibekov1, S.L. Korableva1, I.V. Romanova1, M.S. Tagirov2
    Address:1Kazan Federal University, Kazan 420008, Russia
    Address:2Institute of Applied Research, Tatarstan Academy of Science, Kazan, 420111, Russia
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    Abstract: To measure magnetostriction in LiTmF4 and LiDyF4 single crystals, the acoustic resonance method was used. It is shown that the combination of capacitive dilatometry and the acoustic resonance method makes it possible to measure not only the field dependence of the crystal dimensions but also the field dependence of the sound speed.

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    Article No. 24210 (7 pp.) (accepted May 2, 2024; published June 6, 2024)
    Short reference: Magn. Reson. Solids 26, 24210 (2024)
    DOI: 10.26907/mrsej-24210
    Title: Erbium luminescent probe in a GdFe3(BO3)4 single crystal: phase transitions and temperature measurements
    Authors: M.N. Popova1,*, M. Diab1,2, K.N. Boldyrev1
    Address:1Institute of Spectroscopy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Troitsk 108840, Russia
    Address:2Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (National Research University), Dolgoprudnyi 141700, Russia
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    Abstract: Erbium luminescent probe in a GdFe3(BO3)4 single crystal: phase transitions and temperature measurements

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