Nuclear Acoustic Resonance : An Introduction
This text provides a study of nuclear acoustic resonance, with the aim of enabling readers to obtain the depth of understanding necessary to apply its theory and practice in new areas. The text presents the basic theory, the experimental techniques used, the characteristic phenomena observed and a survey of results. This book presents information at a level suitable for the student or researcher new to nuclear acoustic resonance, as well as for the experienced researcher in need of a handy reference.
- Hardback | 300 pages
- 158.75 x 234.95 x 19.05mm | 793.78g
- 01 Dec 1993
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Table of contents
Basic theory; dynamic nuclear multipole spin-phonon coupling - I. Quodrapole; dynamic nuclear multipole spin-phonon coupling - II. Hexadecapole and dipole-dipole; dynamic alpher rubin (dipolar) coupling; line widths and relaxation effects; bonding in insulators, semiconductors and metals - strain-electric field gradient tensors; cubic and non-cubic metals and alloys; transition metals, metal-alloys and metal-hydrides; acoustic saturation NMR; experimental techniques; squid-detected NAR; magnetic materials.