Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Project
The magnetic moment of a nucleon is sometimes expressed in terms of its g-factor (a dimensionless scalar) as , where is an intrinsic magnetic moment, is the nuclear magneton and is given by , is the nucleon's g-factor, is the nucleon's spin angular momentum number and is the nucleon's mass. The Hydrogen/Proton Gyromagnetic Ratio, , is equal to .
The proton's g-factor
Our magnet will produce fields up to ~ 0.7T. This allows for transverse field frequencies up to ~ 30MHz. We employ a bridged-tee detector (Waring - 1952) to observe the NMR signal.
(for more detailed explanations see Nuclear Magnetic Resonance - Andrew)
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