Estimate of inhomogeneous line broadening in steady-state magnetic resonance
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We have established relationships between the experimental and theoretical absorption and dispersion line parameters for steady-state magnetic resonance, allowing us to determine both the field characteristics (amplitude of the a.c. magnetic field) and the relaxation characteristics (longitudinal and transverse relaxation times) of the object under study.
Keywordsmagnetic resonance spectroscopy absorption and dispersion line parameters detuning from resonance rf field amplitude relaxation time inhomogeneous broadening of a spectral line
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