The effective g factor g* of conduction electrons in degenerate CdTe has been determined by using measurements of the Cd113 nuclear spin-lattice relaxation time T1 and the Knight shift K. It is shown that the magnitude of g* is given by the Korringa product T1TK2=C(g*)2, where C is a known constant and T is the absolute temperature, and that the sign of g* is given by the sign of K for a spherically symmetric conduction band. The measured value, g*=-1.1±0.1, is within the range allowed by effective-mass theory. Also, the electronic probability density at the nucleus, normalized to unity in an atomic volume, is calculated to be |ψF(0)|2≃6.5×1025 cm-3, about 70% of that found for the free Cd ion in a 5s2S1/2 state.
Look, D. C.,
& Moore, D. L.
(1972). Nuclear-Magnetic-Resonance Measurement of the Conduction-Electron g Factor in CdTe. Physical Review B, 5 (9), 3406-3412.
Copyright © 1972 The American Physical Society.
Look, D. C., & Moore, D. L., Physical Review B, 5 (9), 3406-3412, 1972.
The following article appeared in Physical Review B 5(9), and may be found at http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevB.5.3406.