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Progress in Nuclear Magnetic Spectroscopy Volume 1 Issue 1 by R.E. Richards

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Because of the spread in precession frequencies, the vectors corresponding to the nuclei of obc FIG. 12 The formation d * f of an echo after successive h 90” and 180’ pulses. (a) system in thermal equilibrium in a static field. (b) fkst pulse (90”) turns the magnetic moment vector into the x’y’ plane. (c) at conclusion of the pulse the moments will be bunched together provided that r, is small. (d) the moments in the x’y’ plane begin to fan out due to free induction decay. (e) 1800 pulse applied after time t which reflects the fanned system of vectors in the x’z’ plane.

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