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By J. H. Van Vleck (auth.), C. K. Coogan, Norman S. Ham, S. N. Stuart, J. R. Pilbrow, G. V. H. Wilson (eds.)

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TWENTY-FIVE years in the past in Russia, Zavoisky made the 1st experimen­ tal statement of electron spin resonances; and a 12 months later Purcell, Torrey and Pound at Harvard and Bloch, Hansen and Packard at Stanford ('The Harvard of the West') saw nuclear magnetic resonances for the 1st time. In either situations (ESR and NMR) the phenomena were formerly expected, and Gorter - without doubt the most unfortunate experimenters of our time - had made his noble makes an attempt to become aware of magnetic resonances. Purcell et aZ. , having crushed their radar swords into clinical ploughshares, used a re­ three sonant coaxial hollow space, stuffed the inductive half with 850 cm of paraffin, and produced a resonance with a signal-to-noise ratio of 20. They envisioned that the sensitivity will be elevated numerous hundred-fold and foresaw purposes in picking out magnetic mo­ ments, investigating spin-lattice coupling and measuring magnetic fields. Their letter reached the editor of Phys. Rev. on Christmas Eve 1945, and the foundation of NMR within the reliable nation used to be laid. Bloch et aZ. , thankfully operating independently, validated the totally varied, crossed-coil method of the commentary of NMR in a water pattern, which they doped with paramagnetic ions to minimize the relief instances. that they had laid the basis of liquid-state NMR. Their letter to Phys. Rev. was once bought on 29 January 1946.

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