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Special Section: Selected Papers from the International Symposium on Silver Halide Imaging, October 27-30, 1997, Victoria, BC, Canada
Volume: 42 | Article ID: art00009
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Shallowly Trapped Electrons in Silver Halide Microcrystals: An Electron Spin Resonance Study
  DOI :  10.2352/J.ImagingSci.Technol.1998.42.5.art00009  Published OnlineSeptember 1998
Abstract

Electron spin resonance experiments on AgCl emulsions doped with [Ru(CN)6]4− are performed. This transition metal complex acts as a shallow trap for electrons. The effective mass model is used to explain the electron spin resonance spectral changes, i.e., intensity and line width, after UV-illumination. Changes in line width are explained in terms of exchange and motional narrowing. These effects are studied as a function of concentration, temperature, and UV-irradiation. Finally, the concentration dependence of the stability of shallowly trapped electrons is studied using thermal anneal experiments.

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H. Vercammen, D. Schoemaker, D. Vandenbroucke, "Shallowly Trapped Electrons in Silver Halide Microcrystals: An Electron Spin Resonance Studyin Journal of Imaging Science and Technology,  1998,  pp 416 - 420,  https://doi.org/10.2352/J.ImagingSci.Technol.1998.42.5.art00009

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