Spin diffusion and spinlattice relaxation in solids containing paramagnetic impurities under influence of a multiple-pulse spin-locking radio-frequency sequence are studied theoretically and experimentally. The diffusion equation obtained provides a clue for determination of the time dependent magnetization. The spinlattice relaxation time is calculated as a function of the correlation time and multiple-pulse field parameters. From the experimental data the spin diffusion coefficient, the radius of the spin diffusion barrier, and the correlation time for very slow molecular motion in polycrystalline (C 2F)n system are estimated and found to be D∼7.1×10-12cm2/s, rc∼4. 8×10-10m, and τc∼10.2μs, respectively.
- Multiple pulse spin locking
- Spin diffusion
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Chemistry (all)
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics