What is Relaxation time: Definition and 26 Discussions
In the physical sciences, relaxation usually means the return of a perturbed system into equilibrium.
Each relaxation process can be categorized
by a relaxation time τ. The simplest theoretical description of relaxation as function of time t is an exponential law exp(-t/τ) (exponential decay).
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Or, if one would like to put it in other words, how would I go about finding ##T_2## if I know the delay time between 90-degree and 180-degree pulses? Is there an equation that helps solve this succinctly?
If τ is the relaxation time, τ means, on average the time between two collisions for an electron moving under a constant electric field inside a metal. Now according to the assumptions of drude model, the electron acquires an additional velocity of \frac{-eEt}{m}where t is the time elapsed since...
Homework Statement: spin dephasing time
Homework Equations: spin relaxation time
Hello, i have seen the next equation that relates the spin dephasing time of an ensemble of électrons T2* with the spin relaxation of a single electron T2, and I would like to know how it was deduced/proposed...
I am studying about dielectric materials and their relaxation properties. There are several ranges of electromagnetic frequencies where different material show different kinds of resonance starting from molecular to atomic motions. Based on the frequency dependence of the imaginary part of the...
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when we assume a obejct with increasing dynamics with increasing temperature, the longitudinal relaxation time T1 should decrease. Since we have, let's say at a frequency 100 MHz , more fluctuations of B0.
Ok, then the transversal relaxation time T2 must increase with increasing...
Homework Statement
Estimate the resistivity of an amorphous metal whose mean free path is of the order of an atomic spacing. Compare your answer to crystalline copper.Homework Equations
VF = h(bar) KF / m
VF = l / τ
ρ = m / n e2 τ
The Attempt at a Solution
I think my real issue with this...
Relaxation time is defined as the time taken for mechanical energy to decay to 1/e of its original value.
Why do we take a specific ratio of 1/e? What is its significance?
Homework Statement
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Homework Equations
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The Attempt at a Solution
since the deviation from f_0 to f is linear
then we can write f=f_0 + C where C is some constant
this should be enough to prove the first question (i think so)
for the second...
In the Drude model of the free electron gas to explain the conduction of a metal, the relaxation time approximation that the electron has a collision in an infinitesimal time interval ##dt##is ##dt/\tau##. It can be shown that the mean time between collisions is ##tau##. If we choose an...
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According to Ashcrift & Mermin (chapter 13):
If the electrons about r have equilibrium distribution appropriate to local temperature T(r),
g_n (r,k,t)=g_n^o (r,k)=\frac {1}{ exp^{(\epsilon_n (k) -\mu (r))/kT} +1} (formula 13.2) then...
So.. if you apply a fluctuating magnetic field to an atom at its correct resonance frequency, its pole will go out of alignment of the applied field. How long does it take for the proton/electron to go 90 degrees out of the applied field vs how long it takes to return
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I have collected data from a pulsed NMR experiment to calculate the value of the spin-lattice relaxation time (T1). Now I'm asked to fit the data using a function of the form
V(t) = V_0*(1 - 2*exp(-t/T1)). But I'm not really...
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I'd like to discuss with you the effect of cross-linking or adding fillers to the relaxation of a polymer
I believe that they have the same effect..as both lead to the restriction of...
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Homework...
Given the following data on copper, how do i calculate the resistivity?
Relaxation time: 2.50e10-14s
Density: 8940Kgm-3
molar mass: 63.5g
is there an equation for it.
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I just finished a lab on NMR, and I am looking around for a value to compare my results to. Does anyone know of a place I can find the spin-spin and spin-lattice relaxation times of pure water? I have been googling around with little success so far beyond order of magnitude...
I was reading Chpater 13 in A&M solid state physics, which is about relaxation time approximation. But there is one fundamental expression I'm trying to understand.
It's the formulation of the relaxation-time approximation (Eq. 13.3).
dg = dt/\taug0
But most of other textbooks including...
Consider two-level system, the relaxation time (T1) and the coherence relaxation time (T2). I wonder what's the relation between T1, T2 in homogeneous and inhomogeneous case?
Here is my thoughts. For inhomogeneous case, all atoms are behave independently, the 'random' phase relation will add...
Consider a two-level system, let T1 be the relaxation time for the excited system and T2 is the relaxation time for coherence. If we use a Gaussian (with small constant waist w) exp(-x^2/w^2) to shine on the sample, because the waist is small, propably only the atoms around x=0 will be excited...
Effective mass and bands in semiconductors
In the study of the basic semiconductor physics devices we usually draw flat bands without taking into account the spatial dependence of them. Now why is it correct? I suppose that the "real band diagram" informations are included into the effective...
What is a "momentum relaxtion time"? Tried googling it but couldn't get any definitions.
Comes from the sentence in a paper on silicon semiconductors:
"the momentum relaxation times lies in the subpicosecond regime...as a result free carriers can follow oscillations of an optical wave almost...
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I have one confused concept about T1 relaxation time in nuclear magnetic resonance field.
As we know, fluctuation of local magnetic field inside the sample causes T1 decay in the following RF excitation. Imagine one simple mode, near a gadolinium ion (Gd3+), there is one water...
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If a volume charge distribution existed inside a conductor at t = 0, the charges would quickly migrate to the outside surfaces due to repulsion. The rate at which the charge density would decrease is given by:
\rho_{v}(t) = \rho_{v}(t = 0)e^{-\frac{t}{t_{r}}} where the relaxation...
Homework Statement
Solve the initial-value problem for the heat equation ut = K\nabla2u in the column 0< x < L1, 0< y < L2 with the boundary conditions u(0,y;t)=0, ux(L1,y,t)=0, u(x,0;t)=0, uy(x,L2;t)=0 and the initial condition u(x,y;0)=1. Find the relaxation time.
Can anyone please explain...
Homework Statement
I just want to clear this up, I am a little confused:
when an electric field is applied there is a force on the electron K-states thus displacing the fermi surface/sphere
Is the relaxation time ( \tau)= lifetime of fermi sphere displacement
or is lifetime of...