Physics 431_ Pulsed NMR - Ph\sics 431 Pulsed NMR 1/3

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Unformatted text preview: 1/28/12 Ph\sics 431: Pulsed NMR 1/3 courses.washington.edu/ph\s431/PNMR/pulsed_nmr.php 3 V V : 0 RGH 3 V V / D R D R & H VHG 0 D W W U 8VH I , IR D L R Syllabus (PDF) Sample lab notebook Overview of Physics 431 experiments (PDF) Grading rubric (PDF) SH V Oscilloscope exercise / L V Fundamental Constants from Noise Measurements The Hall effect Low temperature superconductivity in Hg Electron Diffraction / L V Surface Plasmon Resonance M|ssbauer spectroscopy Physical adsorption Continuous NMR Pulsed NMR 3 V V + R 3 VHG 1 0 D L F 5 H VR D F 3 X O HG 1 0 5 1/28/12 Ph\sics 431: Pulsed NMR 2/3 courses.washington.edu/ph\s431/PNMR/pulsed_nmr.php In this experiment students are introduced to the modern NMR techniques underlying such applications as magnetic resonance imaging and mapping the structure of complicated organic molecules. Students learn how to put the sample in specific spin states, and then how to manipulate these spin states to accurately measure the longitudinal (spin-lattice) and transverse (spin- spin) relaxation times. In the process of mastering this "spinlongitudinal (spin-lattice) and transverse (spin- spin) relaxation times....
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course PHYSICS 431 taught by Professor Marjorieolmstead during the Winter '12 term at University of Washington.

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Physics 431_ Pulsed NMR - Ph\sics 431 Pulsed NMR 1/3

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