The effect of eddy currents on NMR line shapes in the presence of self-diffusion
Journal of Applied Physics
A theory by Chapman, Rhodes, and Seymour treats the eddy-current effect on NMR line shapes in metals. The objective of the present work is to test the theory in the presence of high self-diffusion rates and also in the presence of moderately large saturation factors. The theory was verified using lithium metal wires at room temperature.
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Engardt, R. D. and Paine, G. H., "The effect of eddy currents on NMR line shapes in the presence of self-diffusion" (1980). Faculty Publications. 4936.