IMPURITY CONTROLLED NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RELAXATION IN GLYCEROL.
Foundational research phase rept.
NAVAL AIR DEVELOPMENT CENTER JOHNSVILLE PA ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE LAB
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The temperature variation of spin-lattice T sub 1 and spinspin T sub 2 nuclear magnetic relaxation times was measured for protons in glycerol from 8 to 80 C. The report describes the elementary theory of magnetic relaxation in liquids and gives a critical analysis of these results, comparing them with previously published theoretical and experimental liter ature values. Data are presented in logarithmic plots of T sub 1 and T sub 2 as functions of reciprocal temperature and also as functions of the correlation time for random molecular motion. Author