Polarization Reversal by Adiabatic Fast Passage in Deuterated Alcohols
In the study of spin-spin effects in nuclear interactions, the polarized target mainly sets the limits on the statistic and more importantly on the systematic errors of the experiment. To increase the measurement accuracy, it is important to reverse the sign of the target polarization frequently. This is practically impossible in a frozen spin target, as the reversal would take several hours by DNP methods.
KeywordsPassage Rate Spin Lattice Relaxation Time Proton System Quadrupole System Adiabatic Fast Passage
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