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A NEW METHOD OF DYNAMIC POLARIZATION OF ATOMIC NUCLEI IN SOLIDS

@inproceedings{Abragam1958ANM,
  title={A NEW METHOD OF DYNAMIC POLARIZATION OF ATOMIC NUCLEI IN SOLIDS},
  author={Anatole Abragam and William Proctor},
  year={1958}
}
A new principle of dynamic nuclear polarization is discussed. Its experimental verification on a crystal of lithium fluoride is described. (tr- auth) 
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