A measurement of the specific surface area of DLX6000 Microspheres using the method of vapor pressure adsorption isothermometry yields a value of 10.0 m2/g. This observation confirms the assertion of Friedman et al. that the prominent minimum in the NMR spin-lattice relaxation rate that they observed in the19F spins of this substrate occurs just at the completion of a monolayer of adsorbed3He.
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Brown, Y.J. An improved measurement of the surface area of DLX6000 Microspheres. J Low Temp Phys 60, 183–186 (1985). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00681638
- Specific Surface
- Vapor Pressure
- Magnetic Material
- Relaxation Rate
- Improve Measurement