Proton and deuteron spin relaxation in hydrogen-deuteride helium gas mixtures.
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Proton and deuteron spin relaxation in hydrogen-deuteride helium gas mixtures.

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Thesis (Ph.D.), Dept. of Physics, University of Toronto.

ContributionsArmstrong, R. L. (supervisor)
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Pagination107 leaves
Number of Pages107
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  Deuteron spin-lattice relaxation and spectra were studied in partially and fully deuterated (NH 4) 2 PdCl 6 in the temperature range 5– K. The relaxation rate maximum was observed at 45 K in (ND 4) 2 PdCl value is reduced due to limited jumps by about 33% relative to the theoretical value expected for threefold reorientations. However, the nuclear spin lattice relaxation times of both the triton and deuteron were too short by 2–3 orders of magnitude, as a result of the creation of rotationally excited hydrogen (J=1 T.   Warming up for the 'KidsChemistry Coloring BOOK' to publish soon "Nuclear Quark Balloons" Protons fuse to make NEW-trons (called a Deuteron or Deuterium when it .   Proton exchange reactions in aqueous solutions of VO2+-oxalic acid, -malonic acid systems. Inorganica Chimica Acta , 61, DOI: /S(00)