sp06 - the signal (no chemical shift). The rate at which...

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Consequence: NMR is not very sensitive!!
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Contrast NMR (proton) and EPR (electron) sensitivity Proton freq 42.6 MHz / Tesla 1T = 10000 Gauss Electron freq 28.0 GHz / Tesla Some numbers; at 12T (500MHz proton NMR spectrometer) -1
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Relaxation in Magnetic Resonance Without interaction of the spins with their environment, or each other, there would be no signal (no net magnetization) and no information in
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Unformatted text preview: the signal (no chemical shift). The rate at which the spins exchange energy with their surroundings is characterized by a relaxation rate, k, or its inverse, a characteristic relaxation time t = 1/k. The basic NMR experiment (modern era) The Hahn Spin Echo Fin...
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