Richter, Henry L., Jr. and Humphrey, Floyd B. and Yost, Don M. (1954) Link Coupling for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. Review of Scientific Instruments, 25 (2). p. 190. ISSN 0034-6748 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:RICrsi54
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In an attempt to use proton magnetic resonance for regulation of magnetic fields of 10 kilogauss or more, it has been found that the conventional probe sample holder used by other investigators (1) gave inadequate, if any, resonance lines above 40 mc/sec. In such arrangements, the oscillator tank coil is at the end of a coaxial probe. The weaker lines at higher frequencies are attributed to the fact that the distributed inductance of the coaxial line becomes important as frequency is increased. To overcome this difficulty, we have employed a link-type coupling arrangement.
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