Relaxation in Molecules or Ions With Covalently Bonded Halogens
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Nuclear magnetic relaxation is probably the most powerful method for the elucidation of microdynamic properties of liquid systems as is apparent from the numerous applications which have been presented. The applications cover a wide range of problems, from tests of theoretical models for molecular mobility in simple liquids and investigations of ion-solvent interactions, to studies of complicated biological systems, such as those concerned with the mechanism of enzymatic reactions and the function of biological membranes.
KeywordsRelaxation Rate Correlation Time Relaxation Mechanism Rotational Diffusion Molecular Rotation
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