We observed for the first time the transmission of electron spin resonance through a thin copper foil implanted with Mn on either one or both sides at a dose of about 1015 ion/cm2. We found an increase of intensity over that of the pure metal, at 1.5°K, by a factor of 50 for one-sided-implanted samples and 2500 for two-sided-implanted samples. This enhancement decreases with increasing temperature, while the g factor remains very close to that of pure copper metal.
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