Versatile 4 K nuclear magnetic resonance probe and cryogenic system for small-bore high-field

Reyes, A.P.; Bachman, H.N.
May 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;May97, Vol. 68 Issue 5, p2132
Academic Journal
Describes a complete design for a versatile nuclear magnetic resonance cryostat/probe systems specifically adapted for small 32 millimeter bore bitter magnets. Two main problems solved by the probe in association with constrained environments; Implementation of a system with an evacuated space for tuning capacitors to avoid high voltage breakdown.


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