nuclear relaxation

nuclear relaxation

[′nü·klē·ər ‚rē‚lak′sā·shən]
(physics)
The approach of a system of nuclear spins to a steady-state or equilibrium condition over a period of time, following a change in the applied magnetic field.
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Among his topics are the physical basis of NMR, general principles of NMR and molecular dynamics, NMR spectroscopy in solutions: practice and strategies of structural studies, general principles and strategies in solid-state NMR spectroscopy, and applications of molecular dynamics and nuclear relaxation in solids.
Gill, "Modified spin-echo method for measuring nuclear relaxation times," Review of Scientific Instruments, vol.
Rossi, "Water proton selective nuclear relaxation: a proof to investigate surface characteristics of biological materials," Chemical Physics Letters, vol.
(19.) Lee MH and Nowak T: Phosphorus-31 nuclear relaxation rate
Early chapters deal with the basic theory of nuclear relaxation as a physical phenomenon and are written to be accessible to readers without specialist knowledge in physics and NMR.
Heil et al., Very long nuclear relaxation times of spin polarized helium 3 in metal coated cells, Phys.
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