By John S. Waugh
This publication discusses the halogen hyperfine interactions; natural radicals in unmarried crystals; pulsed-Fourier-transform nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer; and inhomogenizer and decoupler. The spectrometers for multiple-pulse NMR; susceptible collision conception of leisure within the rotating body; and spin Hamiltonian for the electron spin resonance of irradiated natural unmarried crystals also are deliberated. this article likewise covers the NMR in helium 3 and magnetic susceptibility measurements.
This e-book is effective to physics and chemistry scholars, together with these drawn to ESR spectra in irradiated unmarried crystals.
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