Q-multiplication for increasing nuclear magnetic resonance signals
A method of increasing the strength of nuclear magnetic resonance signals by factors up to 100 or even more is suggested. The principle is to increase the quality factor Q of the coil containing the sample by means of positive feedback. Experiments on proton resonance in water, treated with ferric nitrate solution, using a Q-multiplier with the amplitude bridge, are described.
KeywordsNuclear Magnetic Resonance Proton Resonance Coir Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Signal Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Experiment
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