Geometric dephasing in zero-field magnetic resonance

Jones, J.A.; Pines, A.
February 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;2/22/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 8, p3007
Academic Journal
Reports on geometric phases acquired randomly that can give rise to coherent dephasing in nuclear spin systems, equivalent to spin relaxation. Calculation of the form and extent of the geometric dephasing in model systems involving the motion of xenon nuclei in shaped containers; Effects of applying additional magnetic fields to the systems.


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