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Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance of Neutron-irradiated Sodium Chlorate


RECENTLY a method based on intensity measurements in pure quadrupole resonance has been developed and has proved itself useful for the study of solid solutions1 and for the investigation of the damage induced in pure solid compounds by high-energy radiations such as gamma-rays2.

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