INPLANE RESISTIVITY IN GRAPHITE-INTERCALATION COMPOUNDS OBTAINED FROM CONDUCTION-ELECTRON-SPIN-RESONANCE MEASUREMENTS
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American Physical Soc
We developed a procedure to take advantage of the magnetic-field-modulation-frequency effect on the line shape of conduction-electron-spin resonance of graphite intercalation compounds (GIC's) to extract the absolute value of the in-plane resistivity. We calculated the power absorbed in each slice of the sample normal to the wave penetration, multiplied by a factor to account for the magnetic-field-modulation-frequency effect. Room-temperature spectra of stage-I AlCl3-intercalated GIC in both H-0 perpendicular-to c and H-0 parallel-to c configurations were fitted to the theoretical line shapes and the value of in-plane resistivity (and also the value of c-axis resistivity) obtained from the fitting parameters are in reasonable agreement with those from the literature.
Physical Review B. College Pk: American Physical Soc, v. 46, n. 10, p. 6256-6260, 1992.