Thomas, Albert M and Ramanathan, KV and Kumar, Anil (1983) Study of relaxation in coupled spin system by Fourier double resonance. In: of the Nuclear Physics and Solid State Physics Symposium, 1980, pp. 788-790.Full text not available from this repository. (Request a copy)
Fourier transform NMR techniques were used to overcome some problems of continuous-wave techniques by time sharing of irradation and observation. Fractional changes in intensities were calculated for 2-spin and 3-spin systems by assuming (1) external isotropic random-field (R.F) and (2) dipole-dipole interaction (D.D.) relaxation mechanisms. Double resonance experts were performed on (1) 5-bromofuroic acid in CD3CN giving an AX type of spectrum, (2) 5,8-dimethyl-\alpha-naphthol in $CDCl_3$, giving an AB type of spectrum, and (3) 2-thiophenecarbanonitrile in DMSO-d6, giving an AMX type of spectrum. The longitudinal relaxation time was measured for each sample. For the AX case the relaxation is 65% R.F. + 35% D.D.4 for the AB case it is 55% R.F. + 45% D.D., and for the AMX case it is entirely D.D.
|Item Type:||Conference Paper|
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|Department/Centre:||Division of Physical & Mathematical Sciences > Physics|
|Date Deposited:||11 Apr 2008|
|Last Modified:||27 Aug 2008 13:18|
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