Time-resolved Microwave Induced Optical Nuclear Polarization


It was shown that a higher nuclear polarization can be achieved by transferring the high population differences of the electronic sublevels of photoexcited triplet states in molecular crystals to the nuclear spin system /I/. This transfer occurs in the level anticrossing area of an external magnetic field BQ /2/ or with simultaneous irradiation of light and… (More)


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