## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Spin resonance

by Purcell, Torrey, and Pound2 and by Bloch, Hansen, and Packard.3 The kinds

of information that can be obtained about solids by resonance studies may in ...

Spin resonance

**experiments**on nuclei in liquids and solids were carried out firstby Purcell, Torrey, and Pound2 and by Bloch, Hansen, and Packard.3 The kinds

of information that can be obtained about solids by resonance studies may in ...

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information from Knight shift

coupling constant in the metal and by deducing a value of x«- The Knight shift ...

**Experimental**values are given in Table 2. ... Most commonly we extract physicalinformation from Knight shift

**experiments**by making a reasonable estimate of thecoupling constant in the metal and by deducing a value of x«- The Knight shift ...

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The assumption ka < 1 is valid for the SWR

B0: (CGS) w0 = y(B0 - AttM) + Dk2 = y(B0 - 4vM) + D (— )* • (50) where the

wavevector for a mode of n half-wavelengths in a film of thickness L is k = nir/L.

The assumption ka < 1 is valid for the SWR

**experiments**. Thus in an applied fieldB0: (CGS) w0 = y(B0 - AttM) + Dk2 = y(B0 - 4vM) + D (— )* • (50) where the

wavevector for a mode of n half-wavelengths in a film of thickness L is k = nir/L.

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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