Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Amorphous alloys of the form Ni(,1-x)P(,x) and (Ni(,1-y)Co(,y))(,1-x)P(,x) were prepared by two methods, electroplating (EP) and electroless deposition (EL). Two metastable phases of differing physical densities and NMR properties were noted, and analysed by measurement of the Knight Shifts, relaxation times, physical densities, etc. A comparison is made between the data and a hybridized band model which yields an expression for the enhanced susceptibility of the phosphorous valence band.
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Gustafson, Paul Stuart, "Phosphorus-31 Knigh shifts in amorphous nickel-phosphorus and nickel-cobalt-phosphorus alloys" (1981). Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects. Paper 1539623727.