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Hg-199-Solid State NMR and Susceptibility Studies of Mercury-Based HTSC

Hoffmann, W. ; Kraus, M. ; Lüders, K. ; Buntkowsky, G. ; Limbach, H. H. ; Antipov, E. V. ; Gippius, A. A. ; Loebich, O. ; Khan, H. R. ; Paranthaman, M. ; Thompson, J. R. (1994):
Hg-199-Solid State NMR and Susceptibility Studies of Mercury-Based HTSC.
In: Physica C, 235, pp. 1671-1672. [Article]

Abstract

Hg-199- NMR Spectroscopy was applied to study Hg- oxide ceramic high temperature superconductors at room temperature. Spectra of samples with different macro- structure and transition- temperatures have been measured. A spin- spin relaxation time of T-2 = 1.6 msec and a spin- lattice relaxation time of T-1 = 35 msec was found. All spectra exhibit a characteristic powder line shape caused by an axially symmetric Hg-199 spin interaction.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 1994
Creators: Hoffmann, W. ; Kraus, M. ; Lüders, K. ; Buntkowsky, G. ; Limbach, H. H. ; Antipov, E. V. ; Gippius, A. A. ; Loebich, O. ; Khan, H. R. ; Paranthaman, M. ; Thompson, J. R.
Title: Hg-199-Solid State NMR and Susceptibility Studies of Mercury-Based HTSC
Language: English
Abstract:

Hg-199- NMR Spectroscopy was applied to study Hg- oxide ceramic high temperature superconductors at room temperature. Spectra of samples with different macro- structure and transition- temperatures have been measured. A spin- spin relaxation time of T-2 = 1.6 msec and a spin- lattice relaxation time of T-1 = 35 msec was found. All spectra exhibit a characteristic powder line shape caused by an axially symmetric Hg-199 spin interaction.

Journal or Publication Title: Physica C
Journal Volume: 235
Divisions: 07 Department of Chemistry
07 Department of Chemistry > Physical Chemistry
Date Deposited: 27 Oct 2014 20:50
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