Main Electron Magnetic Resonance Principles

Electron Magnetic Resonance Principles

If a magnetic moment (vector) of the electron is placed into an external magnetic
field, it would be divided into two different levels: one parallel to the applied field
(high level), and another antiparallel to the field (low level). The magnetic moments
of low level transit to the high level when they absorb an appropriate frequency of
electromagnetic wave under certain conditions. Such transition is called magnetic
resonance transition. When the course of the magnetic moment is from the electron, it
is called “electronic magnetic resonance” (EMR) transition; when the course is from
the nucleus, it is called “nuclear magnetic resonance” (NMR) transition.
Categories: Physics
Year: 2019
Publisher: De Gruyter
Language: english
Pages: 463
ISBN 13: 9783110528008
File: PDF, 9.27 MB
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