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TitleThe Effect of Electronic Paramagnetism on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Frequencies in Metals
Author(s)Townes, C. H.; Herring, C.; Knight, W. D.
Publication DateSeptember 22, 1950
Report NumberAECU-785
Unique IdentifierACC0431
Other NumbersOSTI ID: 4428437
Research OrgColumbia University; Bell Telephone Laboratories; Trinity College
Sponsoring OrgU.S. Atomic Energy Commission (AEC)
SubjectPhysics; Aluminum; Atoms; Beryllium; Copper; Density; Electric Conductivity; Electrons; Frequency; Gallium; Hyperfine Structure; Interactions; Lead; Lithium; Magnetic Fields; Magnetism; Metals; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance; Nuclei; Paramagnetism; Sodium; Spectral Shift
KeywordsIsotopes
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AbstractObservations on the shifts of nuclear resonances in metals ( Li{sup 7}, Na{sup 23}, Cu {sup 63}, Be{sup 9}, Pb{sup 207}, Al{sup 27}, and Ca{sup 69} ) due to free electron paramagnetism; comparison with theoretical values.
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