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Nuclear Spin Relaxation in Liquids
Theory Experiments and Applications
by Jozef Kowalewski

Nuclear Spin Relaxation in Liquids clarifies the nature of the phenomenon, shows how to study it, and explains why such studies are worthwhile.

Features:

  • Provides a detailed survey of spin relaxation theory, experimental techniques, and illustrative applications
  • Focuses on the physical nature of spin relaxation phenomena rather than on their intricacies
  • Avoids rigorous mathematics where possible and requires only an understanding of the basics of NMR
  • Contains many original illustrations along with references to further sources of information

Contents

  1. Equilibrium and Nonequilibrium States in NMR
  2. Simple Relaxation Theory
  3. Relaxation through Dipolar Interactions
  4. The Redfield Relaxation Theory
  5. Applications of Redfield Theory to Systems of Spin 1/2 Nuclei
  6. Spectral Densities and Molecular Dynamics
  7. NMR - the Toolbox
  8. Measuring T1 and T2
  9. Relaxation Times
  10. Cross-Relaxation Measurements
  11. Cross-Correlation and Multiple-Quantum Relaxation Measurements
  12. Relaxation and Molecular Dynamics
  13. Applications of Relaxation-Related Measurements to Structure Determination
  14. Relaxation and Chemical Exchange
  15. Effects of Quadrupolar Nuclei
  16. Nuclear Spin Relaxation in Paramagnetic Systems in Solution
  17. Nuclear Spin Relaxation in Other Aggregation States

Index

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Theory Experiments and Applications
by Jozef Kowalewski

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