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contribution which arises from the interaction of the

EFFECTS IN GLASSES 265 B Structural Studies—Chemical Shift Interaction.

... to the

**applied**field . The second component is a second - order paramagneticcontribution which arises from the interaction of the

**applied**field RESONANCEEFFECTS IN GLASSES 265 B Structural Studies—Chemical Shift Interaction.

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An electric field E is

initial distribution of the fields E° and E2° in each layer satisfies the relationship

E2° / E2° = E2 / E1 ( 112 ) but this distribution varies with time ; and under steady

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An electric field E is

**applied**perpendicularly to the planes of these layers . Theinitial distribution of the fields E° and E2° in each layer satisfies the relationship

E2° / E2° = E2 / E1 ( 112 ) but this distribution varies with time ; and under steady

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When an external field is

PNa + is disturbed . ( The distribution of O remains unchanged since O is

immobile . ) Thus - 4 = 40 + 4 ( 137 ) PNa + = p a + + P ' na + ( 138 ) where

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When an external field is

**applied**the local potential y as well as Na + distributionPNa + is disturbed . ( The distribution of O remains unchanged since O is

immobile . ) Thus - 4 = 40 + 4 ( 137 ) PNa + = p a + + P ' na + ( 138 ) where

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