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By Charles P. Slichter

This is a textbook meant for graduate scholars who plan to paintings in nuclear magnetic resonance or electron spin resonance. The textual content describes the elemental ideas of magnetic resonance, steady-state and pulse equipment, the speculation of the width, form and place of spectral absorption strains in addition to the idea of leisure occasions. It additionally introduces the density matrix. This 3rd variation provides new fabric to many components, plus new sections on one- and two-dimensional Fourier remodel tools, a number of quantum coherence and magnetic resonance imaging.

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60) is related to the function IJi by a coordinate rotation, the "forward" motion of Iz relative to a stationary IJi having been replaced by a stationary Iz and "backward" rotating 1Ji' . As usual, resonance occurs when W z ~ - ,Ho. 60), lJi(t) = e-iwztIze-(i/h)1-l'tlJi'(O) (2. 64b) [Note that at t = 0, 1Ji(0) = 1Ji'(O)]. 64b) gives us a particularly compact way to express the solution of SchrOdinger's equation when a rotating field is present. 64b) by computing the time dependence of the expectation value of JLz.

If there were not inhomogeneity in the static field, all spins within the sample would precess at ,Ho, so that the magnetization of every portion of the sample would remain 41 oriented along the -y-axis. The existence of inhomogeneity leads to a spread in precession rates and dephasing. Consider what happens during a time interval T. In any small region of the sample, the magnetization 6M will remain in the x-y plane since we are neglecting T1 processes. 109) represents the inhomogeneity in H. 13c.

X t = r- (c) ,5M ,. ,'" (d) t = r+ Y z ---_ Mo" '. - y ,/ -------'", x (e) t = 2T Fig. 13a-c. The formation of a spin echo by means of a 1r/21r pulse sequence viewed in the rotating reference frame. (a) At t 0- the magnetization, Mo is in thermal equilibrium lying along the z-direction. (b) shows the magnetization immediately after the 1r/2 pulse. In (c) an element of magnetization, 6M, has precessed an extra angle 8 owing to the magnetic field inhomogeneity. (d) shows the effect of the 1r pulse on eM.

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