Experientia

, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp 1–9 | Cite as

Quelques réflexions à propos des phénomènes de résonance magnétique dans le domaine des radiofréquences

  • A. Kastler
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Summary

Guided by the analogies and connexions between optical spectroscopy and radiofrequency spectroscopy, the author suggests some experiments on radiofrequency resonance phenomena. In a first part, he shows that in certain cases irradiation with light will modify the intensity of radiofrequency resonance signals, and that such an effect is particularly to be expected at low temperature and with circularly polarized light. In a second part, connexions between ultrasonic waves and magnetic resonance are examined and attention is drawn to the fact that magnetic resonance in crystals at very low temperature acts as a generator of ultrasonic waves of high frequency, those waves being detectable by study of the angular distribution of light scattered by the crystal. Finally it is emphasized that investigation of nuclear quadrupole resonance in monocrystals must reveal striking anisotropy and coherence effects and that the study of destruction of coherence by small magnetic fields provides a new method for measuring spin-spin relaxation time.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Kastler
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  1. 1.Laboratoire de Physique de l'Ecole normale supérieureParis

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