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Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) detects tiny radiofrequency signals emitted by the nucleus of the atom when immersed in a strong magnetic field. The main aim of this website is to give access to Ray's publications on high-resolution NMR, boiled down to a selection of 100, but a full list of titles and abstracts is also available.
 
The topics include double resonance, coupling constants, spin echoes, double-quantum effects, Fourier transformation, relaxation times, selective excitation, composite pulses, broadband decoupling, correlation spectroscopy, quantum computers, adiabatic pulses, Hadamard spectroscopy, and projection-reconstruction of multidimensional spectra.
 
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