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EMR study and superposition model analysis of Cr3+ and Fe3+ impurity ions in mullite powders used in aerospace industry

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In this work, the electron magnetic resonance (EMR) spectra of the mullites powders were measured for different grain sizes (0.07 and 0.12 mm). We have used EMR spectroscopy at X-band, combined with superposition model (SPM) calculations to reveal electronic structure and establish correlations between structure, and surroundings of these complexes.
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