paramagnetic resonance


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paramagnetic resonance:

see magnetic resonancemagnetic resonance,
in physics and chemistry, phenomenon produced by simultaneously applying a steady magnetic field and electromagnetic radiation (usually radio waves) to a sample of atoms and then adjusting the frequency of the radiation and the strength of the magnetic field
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paramagnetic resonance

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Bleaney, Electron Paramagnetic Resonance of Transition Ions, OUP, Oxford, UK, 2012.
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To study the changes in the structure of bitumen, electron microscopy and the electron paramagnetic resonance method were used.
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