proton resonance

proton resonance

[′prō‚tän ′rez·ən·əns]
(spectroscopy)
A phenomenon in which protons absorb energy from an alternating magnetic field at certain characteristic frequencies when they are also subjected to a static magnetic field; this phenomenon is used in nuclear magnetic resonance quantitative analysis technique.
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3): two of them interpret the mass as a proton resonance and two others as electron resonances.
The absence of any oxymethine proton resonance around A 3.
Available at 500 and 600 MHz proton resonance frequencies, the AVANCE ICE has four RF channels, as well as a CryoProbe with its supporting units.
1]H proton resonance, the result (26) is adjusted empirically in our development for the experimentally different g factors of the proton and electron, respectively 5.
3] show the disappearance of the bromomethyl proton resonance of [-C.
Particle masses are interpreted as proton resonance states and expressed in continued fraction form.
In order to interpret the expectation values <r> as proton resonance lengths, following strictly the formalism of previous articles, it must be written:
48 were N-H proton resonance peak in different environments.
The model of a chain of similar harmonic oscillators was proposed by Muller [1-3] as a phenomenological theory describing physical quantities as proton resonance oscillation modes.
Considering the framework of Muller's fractal scaling model, we interpret these numerical regularities as follows: Masses in nature are in relation to proton resonance states.