Friday, October 5, 2001
4:00 PM
Physics Building, Room 204
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"Hyperfine physics - from the hydrogen atom to hemoglobin"

Arthur S. Brill , University of Virginia
[Host: E. Kolomeisky]
Hyperfine physics deals with interactions between electron and nuclear spins. Measurements of these interactions provide information about the electronic structure of paramagnetic sites in molecules and crystals. Examples will be presented and briefly discussed of the roles of such measurements in atomic, biological, condensed matter molecular and nuclear physics.

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