Application of the Projection Operator Technique to the Study of NMR Line Shape and Free Induction Decay Curve

NMR 吸收線 모양과 誘導磁氣自由減衰曲線 硏究에의 投影演算子法의 應用

  • Lee Jo W. (Department of Chemistry, College of Natural Sciences, Seoul National University) ;
  • Sung Nak Jun (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute.)
  • 이조웅 (서울大學校 自然科學大學 化學科) ;
  • 성낙준 (韓國原子力硏究所)
  • Published : 1977.10.30

Abstract

In this paper application of the projection operator technique to the study of NMR absorption line shape and free induction decay curve is explored. It is found that the projection operator technique can provide a convenient means for deriving a set of hierarchy equations which may serve as a good starting point for theoretical calculation of the absorption line and free induction decay function by successive approximation or by an appropriate decoupling approximation. A brief review of linear response theory of NMR line shape and the relation between the absorption line shape and free induction decay function are also described.

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