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Exchange Effects and Cidep

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We have presented a review of a number of different electron exchange interactions, which range from Heisenberg spin exchange to energy transfer. We have chosen to present most of this material largely from the perspective of esr experiments, but that is an arbitrary choice. One could build experiments around energy transfer or nmr experiments (or several other things!) and make nearly the same points. It is hoped that the reader will come away with the idea that all these exchange phenomena are related to each other, and that often the differences between their manifestations are usually remnants of the order of magnitude of the detailed observation, rather than fundamental differences.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Chemistry Columbia University New York, NY 10027, USA


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