Solid echo in the slow-motion region. Effects of the finite pulse widths.

Abstract

The effects of nonzero radio-frequency pulse widths on the echo signals in solids with molecular motions have been investigated. It has been shown that in the slow-motion region a time position and an amplitude of the echo signal depend not only on the width of the pulse, but also on the shape of potential wells and the correlation time, describing the… (More)

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@article{Bilski2002SolidEI, title={Solid echo in the slow-motion region. Effects of the finite pulse widths.}, author={Paweł Bilski and Nikolay A Sergeev and Jan W. Wąsicki}, journal={Solid state nuclear magnetic resonance}, year={2002}, volume={22 1}, pages={1-18} }