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Theory of Multiple Resonance and ESR Saturation in Liquids and Related Media

  • Jack H. Freed

Abstract

The well-known result from the steady-state solution of the Bloch equations is that the absorption is given by the y component of magnetization \(\tilde M_y\) in the rotating frame(1):
$$\tilde M_y = \frac{{\gamma H_1 T_2 }} {{1 + \left( {T_2 \Delta \omega } \right)^2 + \gamma _e^2 \beta _1^2 T_1 T_2 }}M_0 $$
(1)
with M 0 the equilibrium magnetization, β1 the strength of the rf magnetic field, and γ e the electron-spin gyromagnetic ratio.

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None None Multiple Resonance Coherence Effect Hyperfine Line Average ENDOR 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jack H. Freed
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  1. 1.Department of ChemistryCornell UniversityIthacaUSA

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