Milestones in magnetic resonance: ‘A new method of measuring nuclear magnetic moment’

@article{Hurwitz1992MilestonesIM,
title={Milestones in magnetic resonance: ‘A new method of measuring nuclear magnetic moment’},
author={Robert Hurwitz},
journal={Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging},
year={1992},
volume={2}
}
• R. Hurwitz
• Published 1 March 1992
• Physics
• Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging
To apply these ideas a beam of molecules in a 'Z state (no electronic moment) is spread by an inhomogeneous magnetic field and refocused onto a detector by a subsequent field, somewhat as in the experiment of Kellogg, Rabi and Zacharias. ' As in that experiment the re-orienting field is placed in the region between the two magnets. The homogeneous field is produced by an electromagnet capable of supplying uniform fields up to 6000 gauss in a gap 6 mm wide and 5 cm long. In the gap is placed a…
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