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Sensitive SQUID-NMR measurements were used to study the mutual interactions in the highly polarized nuclear-spin system of rhodium metal. The dipolar coupling gives rise to a weak double-spin-flip resonance. The observed frequency shifts allow deducing separately the dipolarlike contribution and the isotropic exchange term. For the first time, such(More)
Nuclear spin lattice relaxation rates were measured in normal and superconducting (sc) rhodium with nuclear polarizations up to p = 0. 55. This was sufficient to influence the sc state of Rh, whose T(c) and B(c) are exceptionally low. Because B(c)<<B(loc) and the short-range spin-spin interaction is unchanged, the nuclear spin entropy was fully sustained(More)
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