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The Principles of Nuclear Magnetism
Principles of dynamic nuclear polarisation
After a general introduction, two sections are devoted to a survey of the theories of spin temperature and of nuclear relaxation in solids. This is followed by a short section on the so-called
OVERHAUSER EFFECT IN NONMETALS
A NEW METHOD OF DYNAMIC POLARIZATION OF ATOMIC NUCLEI IN SOLIDS
A new principle of dynamic nuclear polarization is discussed. Its experimental verification on a crystal of lithium fluoride is described. (tr- auth)
INFLUENCE OF ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS ON ANGULAR CORRELATIONS
The theory of the influence on angular correlations of perturbing interactions in the intermediate state is reformulated to allow the description of the effects of time-dependent as well as of static
Theory of the nuclear hyperfine structure of paramagnetic resonance spectra in crystals
A theory is given of the nuclear hyperfine structure of the paramagnetic resonance in hydrated crystals. Starting from the states of a free ion, neglecting spin-dependent terms in the energy,
The theory of paramagnetic resonance in hydrated cobalt salts
The theory of a previous paper is applied to the paramagnetic resonance of certain cobalt salts. The splitting of the orbital levels by the crystalline field is first investigated, and then the
EXPERIMENTS WITH SPIN TEMPERATURE
Some experiments with nuclear calorimetry are described which consisted of studying the variation in polarization produced by a thermic mixture of spin systems of two nuclear species in the same
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