By Charles P. Poole Jr.
This moment version of the well known paintings stresses very important features of magnetic resonance concept which are of accelerating value to the examine employee. provides mathematical historical past and the fundamental prototype two-spin 1/2-1/2 Hamiltonian remedy as a construction block to the extra really good matters constructed: better spins and anistropies, purposes to atomic spectra, crystal box thought, Mossbauer resonance, kinds of double resonance, and dynamic polarization. really expert extensions are then mentioned at size, with the benefit of displaying essentially their relationships to the most physique of magnetic resonance idea: ENDOR, ELDOR, polarization, spin labels, saturation move and fourier rework equipment, and NMR imaging. a lot of this fabric is handled by way of the uniform formalism in keeping with the direct product matrix enlargement process.
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Farach, Adv. Magn. , 5, 229 (1971). 79 REFERENCES 5. A. Carrington and A. D. McLachlan, Introduction to Magnetic Resonance, Harper & Row, New York, 1967. Chapter 7 covers much of the material presented here but from a different viewpoint. 6. C. P. , Harper & Row, New York, 1980. 7. I. Miyagawa and W. Gordy, J. Chern. , 32, 255 (1960). 8. H. M. McConnell, C. Heller, T. Cole, and R. W. Fessenden, J. Am. Chern. , 82, 776 (1960). 9. J. A. Wei! and J. H. Anderson, J. Chern. , 35, 1410 (1961). 10. J.
Rg R= y a 2 gl 0 0 0 2 g2 0 0 (6-31 ) g; 0 ~ The same transf ormat ion diago nalize s ---c g itself, since Initial position 1 (6-32) and b Initial position 2 -a ~ ~ The matri x R gives the direct ion cosine s (Eq. 6-15) of the crysta llogra phic coord inate system abc relati ve to the princi pal axis system x y z shown on Fig. 6-3. One shoul d note that only the magn itude of each gi is determ ined. Exper iment al paper s frequ ently list the princi pal g-valu es and direct ion 4 cosine s of the g-ten sor relati ve to the crysta llogra phic axes.
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