Dipolar relaxation of multiple-quantum NMR coherences in a linear homogeneous chain of 19F nuclei in calcium fluoroapatite.
|Title:||Dipolar relaxation of multiple-quantum NMR coherences in a linear homogeneous chain of 19F nuclei in calcium fluoroapatite.|
|Authors:||Bochkin, G. A.1 firstname.lastname@example.org, Fel'dman, E. B.1, Vasil'ev, S. G.1|
|Source:||Magnetic Resonance in Solids. 2016, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p1-6. 6p.|
|Subject Terms:||*NUCLEAR magnetic resonance, *NUCLEAR spin, *RELAXATION phenomena, *QUANTUM theory, *ZEROTH law of thermodynamics|
|Abstract:||Experimental and theoretical investigations of dynamics and relaxation of multiple quantum (MQ) nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) coherences of the zeroth and second orders are performed in a quasi-one-dimensional chain of nuclear spins of 19F in calcium uorapatite. MQ NMR dynamics are studied on the preparation period of the MQ NMR experiment in the approximation of nearest neighbor interactions. The density matrix of the system at the end of the preparation period is used as the initial condition for the study of the relaxation process on the evolution period of the MQ NMR experiment. The relaxation asymptotics of the intensity of the MQ NMR co-herence of the zeroth order is obtained. Relaxation of the MQ NMR co-herence of the second order is investigated with ZZ part of the dipole-dipole interactions. The experimental data qualitatively agree with the results of the developed theory. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]|
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