The need of having to go to milli-Kelvin temperatures is a disadvantage of LTNO and NMR/ON. Can we exploit the advantages of a strongly oriented ensemble of nuclei while staying at room temperature (or even above, when heating)? The answer is ‘yes’, and an experimental method doing this is Perturbed Angular Correlation spectroscopy (PAC).
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