High Pressure NMR: Hydrogen at Low Temperatures
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSB, volume 286)
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We report NMR of solid hydrogen in a diamond anvil cell at temperatures 1.85 to 100 Kelvin. We examine the pressure dependence of the orientational ordering phase transition temperature.
KeywordsDiamond Anvil Cell Longitudinal Relaxation Time Solid Hydrogen Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Line High Pressure Equipment
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