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Magnetic resonance and structural studies of thermochromic copper (II) halide salts
Darrel Ray Bloomquist
Written in English
|Statement||by Darrel Ray Bloomquist.|
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|Number of Pages||182|
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This book brings together the three branches of magnetic resonance spectroscopy namely, electron spin resonance (ESR), nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and nuclear quadrupole resonance (NQR) and presents a coherent and progressive coverage of the subject in a simple and lucid style/5(6).
structural modiﬁcations, increasing system size, substitution of atoms, introduction of defects such as vacancies, type of the boundary geometry, method of cluster embed-ding, and solvation on magnetic resonance properties, constitute the main topic of this thesis.
Magnetically induced current strengths and pathways are directly aﬀected 1. Darrel Ray Bloomquist has written: 'Magnetic resonance and structural studies of thermochromic copper (II) halide salts' -- subject(s): Copper salts, Nuclear magnetic resonance Asked in Authors.
Inorganic Thermochromism. Authors (view affiliations) Kozo Sone; Yutaka Fukuda; Book. 85 Citations; About this book. Keywords. Vanadium chromium cobalt copper inorganic chemistry metals nickel structural elucidation structure transition metal.
Authors and affiliations. Heine, K. et al. Complexation, computational, magnetic, and structural studies of the Maillard reaction product isomaltol including investigation of an uncommon π interaction with copper (II Cited by: In this thesis, structural effects on magnetic response properties: magnetically induced ring currents, the ESR g-tensor and hyperfine coupling tensor, and NMR chemical shifts, are investigated computationally with DFT methods, using various exchange-correlation functionals and basis sets.
In this paper we present the particular advantages of using magnetic resonance methods, which are especially amenable to copper and other transition metal minerals. The very high selectivity of the technique and the bulk measurement of kilogram-size samples are demonstrated in laboratory tests on a variety of natural ore by: 8.
Magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) is a companion technique to the more familiar magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan. Whereas MRI determines the spatial distribution of water (and lipid) protons across a region of interest, MRS measures the chemical content of MR-visible nuclei, which include the metabolically relevant elements of hydrogen (1 H), carbon (13 C), and phosphorus (31 P).Cited by: Preparation and Thermochromic Properties of Copper(II)-N,N-Diethylethylenediamine Complexes Article in Journal of chemical education 88(3) December with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
We have used EPR and ODMR to study state-of-the-art bulk ZnO single crystals. Most of the samples are n-type; however, under certain conditions (e-irradiated or annealed), we observe a center due to residual nitrogen (g ∥ =, g ⊥ = and A iso = mT, A aniso = mT).The N center is a nitrogen p-orbital along the c-axis, very similar to P or As in ZnSe, which have a Jahn Cited by: Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is often divided into structural MRI and functional MRI (fMRI).
The former is a widely used imaging technique in research as well as in clinical practice. 54 F.A. Taiwo / Electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopic studies of iron and copper proteins in mutually opposite spins.
Two very important parameters are the spectroscopic index (g-values), andhyperﬁne constants (A-values), both of which represent signatures for different paramagnetic -value is a measure of electronic interaction between the unpaired electron and the.
Magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS), also known as nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, is a non-invasive analytical technique that has been used to study metabolic changes in brain tumors, strokes, seizure disorders, Alzheimer's disease, depression and.
agar using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The imaging artefacts frequently associated with metals in the MRI were minimised in the copper corrosion system by aligning the copper strip in the cell parallel to the radio-frequency field of the spectrometer.
T 1 and T 2 relaxation measurements of varying copper concentrations in M sodium. This led to the idea of using nuclear magnetic resonance as a means to analyze and identify materials, marking the beginning of NMR spectroscopy.
History of JEOL RESONANCE NMR In the first JNM-1 NMR instrument was released by JEOL (at that time, Japan Electron Optics Laboratory Co. Ltd.). 1H resonance freuqency of the CW NMR system was abe.
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Lauginie, J. Conard, H. Estrada, D. Guerard, M. El Makhini, P. Lagrance, M. Fuzelier, G. Furdin. and technical background. The HISTORICAL BACKGROUND The existence of the phenomenon of nuclear magnetic resonance was predicted by a Dutch physicist, Gorter, in Gorter sought, unsuc-cessfully, to demonstrate the NMR phenomenon in lithium fluoride.
A decade later, intwo American scientists, Felix Bloch and Edward. 2 Abstract A theroretical and experimental study of 10Py/10Cu, 10Py/10Cu/xCr/10Cu (with x=4,7, 10,13 nm) thin lms has been performed.
The thin lms were fabricated by the sputter. overcome, magnetic resonance-based morphometry will become a powerful method for multicenter and therapeutic trials of several brain diseases. Keywords cortical thickness, diffusion tensor imaging, plasticity, structural imaging, voxel based morphometry Curr Opin Neurol – Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCECited by: For water filled porous materials, the difference between the relaxation time of molecules at the pore surface and the relaxation time of molecules in the bulk fluid can be interpreted by a fast diffusion model.
With this model, the nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) can be applied to investigate the microstructure of cement pastes. The cement pastes we tested are two series, one is of same Cited by: 3.Ni-Mn-Ga Ferromagnetic Shape Memory Alloys (FSMA) are highly interested in industrial actuators and energy harvesters because of its uniqueness in microstructure and multiple phases of these materials at different temperatures.
The type of crystal structure, lattice parameters and magnetic properties depend on the alloy composition. The transformation and crystallographic properties are.