Magnetic and Electric Resonance
This book is devoted to a quasi-classical treatment of quantum transitions, with an emphasis on nuclear magnetic resonance, nuclear quadrupole resonance and electric dipolar resonance. The method described here is based on the quasi-classical description of condensed matter, and makes use of the equation of motion of harmonic oscillators with external forces. In addition to known results in magnetic resonance, the book also presents parametric resonance for electric dipoles and dipolar interaction which may lead to spontaneous electric polarization.
Marian Apostol is a scientific researcher and Professor of Theoretical Physics in the Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering at the Institute of Atomic Physics, Romania. He has published within the fields of theoretical physics, condensed matter, atomic and nuclear physics, and applied physics.
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