The Principles of Nuclear Magnetism

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Clarendon Press, 1961 - 599 pages
Principles of Nuclear Magnetism has, over the years, established itself as the classic single volume treatise which gives a comprehensive account of all the concepts, theories, and results associated with the study of nuclear magnetism.
 

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GENERAL INTRODUCTION
1
REFERENCES
17
REFERENCES
38
DETECTION METHODS
71
Transient methods of detection
86
APPENDIX Proof of the KramersKrönig relations
93
DIPOLAR LINE WIDTH IN A RIGID LATTICE
97
BROADENING BY LIKE SPINS
103
G Nuclear relaxation in gases
316
COMPARISON BETWEEN THEORY AND EXPERIMENT
323
Electric quadrupole relaxation in liquids
346
REFERENCES
353
RELAXATION BY THERMAL VIBRATIONS IN A CRYSTAL
401
Magnetic and quadrupole relaxation by spinphonon coupling
409
Ultrasonic experiments
417
REFERENCES
423

Calculation of the second and fourth moments
111
DIPOLAR BROADENING BY UNLIKE SPINS
122
MODIFICATIONS IN THE DIPOLAR BROADENING CAUSED
128
REFERENCES
158
MAGNETIC INTERACTIONS
170
The effect of electronnucleus coupling in paramagnetic substances
191
Nuclear resonance in antiferromagnetic and ferromagnetic
206
REFERENCES
214
QUADRUPOLE EFFECTS
216
REFERENCES
263
Motion of a system subject to a perturbation which is a random
272
Quantum mechanical formulation of the problem
283
E Relaxation by dipolar coupling
289
F Other mechanisms of relaxation in liquids
305
WIDTH AND RELAXATION PROPERTIES OF ZEEMAN
451
REFERENCES
479
REFERENCES
510
THE EFFECTS OF STRONG RADIOFREQUENCY
511
B Viscous liquids
517
Decoupling of spins through stirring by a radiofrequency field
527
STRONG RADIOFREQUENCY FIELDS IN SOLIDS
539
B Spin temperature in the rotating frame reversible fast passage
545
Spin temperature in the rotating frame steadystate solutions
555
E Double irradiation methods
566
REFERENCES
580
SUBJECT INDEX
591
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A. Abragam is at College of France.

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