The zero-field muon spin relaxation in hydrogen tungsten bronze Hx WO3 was observed at temperatures between 5 K and 440 K in order to study the diffusion property of muons. The result shows that the relaxation curves are nearly identical at temperatures lower than 100 K and at above 100 K the relaxation rate becomes slower with increasing temperature. The local field and its fluctuation at a muon site in Hx WO3 were estimated from the present data.
- Hydrogen tungsten bronze
- Muon spin relaxation
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- Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials
- Condensed Matter Physics
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering