Low field NMR
Low field NMR is a branch of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) that is either related to Earth's field NMR, or to NMR at a man-made very low magnetic field and shielding from (or compensating of) the Earth's magnetic field. With magnetic fields on the order of μT or nT, SQUIDs are typically used as detectors.
- P.L. Volegova, A.N. Matlachova and R.H. Kraus, Jr., "Ultra-low field NMR measurements of liquids and gases with short relaxation times."
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