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7/23/2015 1:06:50 AM4th Alpine SSNMR / Aravamudhan 1 1. Experimental determination of Shielding tensors by HR PMR techniques in single crystalline solid state, require Spherically Shaped Specimen. The bulk susceptibility contributions to induced fields is zero inside spherically shaped specimen. 2. The above criterion requires that a semi micro spherical volume element is carved out around the site within the specimen and around the specified site this carved out region is a cavity which is called the Lorentz Cavity. Provided the Lorentz cavity is spherical and the outer specimen shape is also spherical, then the criterion 1 is valid. 3. In actuality the carving out of a cavity is only hypothetical and the carved out portion contains the atoms/molecules at the lattice sites in this region as well. The distinction made by this hypothetical boundary is that all the materials outside the boundary is treated as a continuum. For matters of induced field contributions the materials inside the Lorentz sphere must be considered as making discrete contributions. Illustration in next slide depicts pictorially the above sequence
7/23/2015 1:06:50 AM4th Alpine SSNMR / Aravamudhan 2 PROTON I II Molecular σ M + Region I σ I + Region II σ II Lorentz Sphere Contribution Bulk Susceptibility Effects SHIELDING σ exp H igh R esolution P roton M agnetic R esonance Experiment 1. Contributions to Induced Fields at a POINT within the Magnetized Material. σ exp = σ I + σ M +σ II Sphere σ II =0 Calculate σ I and subtract from σ exp - σ I = σ I σ inter Only isotropic bulk susceptibility is implied in this presentation
7/23/2015 1:06:50 AM4th Alpine SSNMR / Aravamudhan 3 The Outer Continuum in the Magnetized Material Specified Proton Site Lorentz Sphere The Outer Continuum in the Magnetized Material Lorentz Sphere of Lorentz Cavity Outer surface D out Inner Cavity surface D in D out = - D in Hence D out + D in =0 The various demarcations in an Organic Molecular Single Crystalline Spherical specimen required to Calculate the Contributions to the induced Fields at the specified site. D out/in values stand for the corresponding Demagnetization Factors In the NEXT Slide : Calculation Using Magnetic Dipole Model & Equation: 1. Contributions to Induced Fields at a POINT within the Magnetized Material.
7/23/2015 1:06:50 AM4th Alpine SSNMR / Aravamudhan 4 Isotropic Susceptibility Tensor = Induced field Calculations using these equations and the magnetic dipole model have been simple enough when the summation procedures were applied as would be described in this presentation. 2. Calculation of induced field with the Magnetic Dipole Model using point dipole approximations. σ1σ1 +σ2+σ2 +σ 3.. σ inter =
7/23/2015 1:06:50 AM4th Alpine SSNMR / Aravamudhan 5 How to ensure that all the dipoles have been considered whose contributions are signifiicant for the discrete summation ? That is, all the dipoles within the Lorentz sphere have been taken into consideration completely so that what is outside the sphere is only the continuum regime. The summed up contributions from within Lorentz sphere as a function of the radius of the sphere. The sum reaches a Limiting Value at around 50Aº. These are values reported in a M.Sc., Project (1990) submitted to N.E.H.University. T.C. stands for (shielding) Tensor Component Thus as more and more dipoles are considered for the discrete summation, The sum total value reaches a limit and converges. Beyond this, increasing the radius of the Lorentz sphere does not add to the sum significantly
7/23/2015 1:06:50 AM4th Alpine SSNMR / Aravamudhan 6 YES a b Outer a/b=1 outer a/b=0.25 Demagf=0.33 Demagf=0.708 inner a/b=1 Demagf=-0.33 Demagf= = =0.378 conventional combinations of shapes Fig.5[a] Conventional cases Current propositions of combinations Outer a/b=1 outer a/b=0.25 Demagf=0.33 Demagf=0.708 inner a/b=0.25 Demagf= = =0 Fig.5[b] Would it be possible to Calculate such trends for summing within Lorentz Ellipsoids ? 3 rd Alpine Conference on SSNMR (Chamonix) poster contents Sept Till now the convergence characteristics were reported for Lorentz Spheres, that is the inner semi micro volume element was always spherical, within which the discrete summations were calculated. Even if the outer macro shape of the specimen were non-spherical (ellipsoidal) it has been conventional only to consider inner Lorentz sphere while calculating shape dependent demagnetization factors.
7/23/2015 1:06:50 AM4th Alpine SSNMR / Aravamudhan 7 3 rd Alpine Conference On SSNMR : results from Poster
7/23/2015 1:06:50 AM4th Alpine SSNMR / Aravamudhan 8 σ exp – σ inter = σ intra Discrete Summation Converges in Lorentz Sphere to σ inter Bulk Susceptibility Contribution = 0 Bulk Susceptibility Contribution = 0 Similar to the spherical case. And, for the inner ellipsoid convergent σ inter is the same as above σ exp (ellipsoid) should be = σ exp (sphere) HR PMR Results independent of shape for the above two shapes !!
7/23/2015 1:06:50 AM4th Alpine SSNMR / Aravamudhan 9 The questions which arise at this stage 1. How and Why the inner ellipsoidal element has the same convergent value as for a spherical inner element? 2. If the result is the same for a ellipsoidal sample and a spherical sample, can this lead to the further possibility for any other regular macroscopic shape, the HR PMR results can become shape independent ? This requires the considerations on: The Criteria for Uniform Magnetization depending on the shape regularities. If the resulting magnetization is Inhomogeneous, how to set a criterian for zero induced field at a point within on the basis of the Outer specimen shape and the comparative inner cavity shape?
7/23/2015 1:06:50 AM4th Alpine SSNMR / Aravamudhan 10 The reason for considering the Spherical Specimen preferably or at the most the ellipsoidal shape in the case of magnetized sample is that only for these regular spheroids, the magnetization of (the induced fields inside) the specimen are uniform. This homogeneous magnetization of the material, when the sample has uniformly the same Susceptibility value, makes it possible to evaluate the Induced field at any point within the specimen which would be the same anywhere else within the specimen. For shapes other than the two mentioned, the resulting magnetization of the specimen would not be homogeneous even if the material has uniformly the same susceptibity through out the specimen. Calculating induced fields within the specimen requires evaluation of complicated integrals, even for the regular spheroid shapes (sphere and ellipsoid) of specimen
7/23/2015 1:06:50 AM4th Alpine SSNMR / Aravamudhan 11 In fact, the effort towards this step wise inquiry began with the realization of the simple summation procedure for calculating demagnetization factor values. Thus if one has to proceed further to inquire into the field distributions inside regular shapes for which the magnetization is not homogeneous, then there must be simpler procedure for calculating induced fields within the specimen, at any given point within the specimen since the field varies from point to point, there would be no possibility to calculate at one representative point and use this value for all the points in the sample. A rapid and simple calculation procedure could be evolved and as a testing ground, it was found to reproduce the demagnetization factor values with good accuracy which compared well with the tabulated values available in the literature. Results presented at the 2 nd Alpine Conference on SSNMR, Sept. 2001
7/23/2015 1:06:50 AM4th Alpine SSNMR / Aravamudhan 12 Using the Summation Procedure induced fields within specimen of TOP (Spindle) shape and Cylindrical shape could be calculated at various points and the trends of the inhomogeneous distribution of induced fields could be ascertained. Zero ind. Field Points Poster Contribution at the 17thEENC/32ndAmpere, Lille, France, Sept Graphical plot of the Results of Such Calculation would be on display
7/23/2015 1:06:50 AM4th Alpine SSNMR / Aravamudhan 13 1.Reason for the conevergence value of the Lorentz sphere and ellipsoids being the same. 2.Calculation of induced fields within magnetized specimen of regular shapes. (includes other-than sphere and ellipsoid cases as well) 3. Induced field calculations indicate that the point within the specimen should be specified with relative coordinate values. The independent of the actual macroscopic measurements, the specified point has the same induced field value provided for that shape the point is located relative to the standardized dimension of the specimen. Which means it is only the ratios are important and not the actual magnitudes of distances. These two points would have the same induced field values (both midpoints) These two points would have the same induced field values (both at ¼) Lorentz cavity The two coinciding points of macroscopic specimen and the cavity are in the respective same relative coordinates. Hence the net induced field at this point can be zero Further illustrations in next slide Added Results to be discussed at 4 th Alpine Conference
7/23/2015 1:06:50 AM4th Alpine SSNMR / Aravamudhan 14 Symbols for Located points Inside the cavity Points in the macroscopic specimen Relative coordinate of the cavity point and the Bulk specimen point are the same. Hence net induced field can be zero In the cavity the cavity point is relatively at the midpoint of cavity. The point in bulk specimen is relatively at the relative ¼ length. Hence the induced field contributions cannot be equal and of opposite sign Applying the criterion of equal magnitude demagnetization factor and opposite sign specimen length cavity length This type of situation as depicted in these figures for the location of site within the cavity at an off-symmetry position, raises certain questions for the discrete summation and the sum values. This is considered in the next slide
7/23/2015 1:06:50 AM4th Alpine SSNMR / Aravamudhan 15 In all the above inner cavities, the field was calculated at a point which is centrally placed in the inner cavity. Hence the discrete summation could be carried out about this point of symmetry. For a spherical and ellipsoidal inner cavity, the induced field calculations were carried out at a point which is a center of the cavity. If the point is not the point of symmetry, then around this off-symmetry position the discrete summation has to be calculated. The consequence of such discrete summation may not be the same as what was reported in 3 rd Alpine conference for ellipsoidal cavities, but centrally placed points. This is the aspect which will have to be investigated from this juncture onwards after the presentation at the 4 th Alpine Conference. The case of anisotropic bulk susceptibility can be figured out without doing much calculations further afterwards.