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  • XXIInd

    CONGRESS AMPERE

    ON

    MAGNETIC RESONANCE

    AND

    RELATED PHENOMENA

    PROCEEDINGS

    -/ /-o^ , }c- rt.Q.Zv

    EDITED BY

    K.A. MULLER, R. KIND and J. ROOS

    DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS, THE UNIVERSITY,

    ZURICH-IRCHEL, WINTERTHURERSTRASSE 190,8057 ZURICH, SWITZERLAND

    SEPTEMBER 1984UB/TIB Hannover 89

    1Q.3...1.07. 622

    RN 205(22)

    Participants Edition Published byZurich Ampere Committee, Department of Physics,

    The University, Zurich, Switzerland

    UNIVERSrrATSB!BLIOTHEK>HANNOVER

    TECHNISCHE

    [ Itii-ORMAIIONSGIBLIL 1HEK J

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    DETAILED CONTENTS

    PLENARY LECTURES

    FELIX BLOCH MEMORIAL LECTURE: NUCLEAR PSEUDQ MAGNETISM ANDPSEUDO NUCLEAR MAGNETISM

    Abragam A. 1

    A. KASTLER MEMORIAL LECTURE: ATOMS AND PHOTONS

    Cohen-Tannoudji C. 1

    S.A. AL'TSHULER MEMORIAL LECTURE: MAGNETIC RESONANCE AND RELAXATIONAT VERY LOW TEMPERATURESKochelaev B. 2

    MEDICAL APPLICATIONS OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING

    Axel L. 8

    THE APPLICATION OF NMR AND NEUTRON SCATTERING TO THE STUDY OF

    QUANTUM MOTION

    Clough S. 10

    CONTRIBUTION OF ELECTRON-NUCLEAR MULTIPLE RESONANCE TO THE

    CHARACTERIZATION OF PRIMARY PRODUCTS IN PHOTOSYNTHESISMobius K. 12

    ESR OF SHORT LIVED RADICAL PAIRS IN SOLUTIONS

    Molin Y.N. 14

    PROBING PLATINUM SURFACES WITH NMRSlichter C.P. 16

    PULSED DEUTERON NMR TECHNIQUES FOR STUDYING MOLECULAR DYNAMICS INSOLID POLYMERS AND LIQUID CRYSTALLINE POLYMERSSpieas H.W. 18

    OPTICAL PICOSECOND PULSE EXPERIMENTS

    Wierama D.A. 20

    SPATIAL STRUCTURES AND INTERMOLECULAR INTERACTIONS OF NONCRYSTALLINE

    PROTEINS AND NUCLEIC ACIDS BY NMRWuthrich K. 21

    VII

  • PHYSICS

    Structural and Liquid Crystal Phase Transitions

    Invited Talks:

    NMR IN INCOMMENSURATE SYSTEMS: NON-LOCAL EFFECTS

    Blinc R. 23

    EPR INVESTIGATIONS OF INCOMMENSURATE STRUCTURAL PHASES

    Fayet J.C. 25

    CUBIC TO TETRAGONAL STRUCTURAL PHASE TRANSITION IN K20aCl6 AS STUDIEDBY NQR: PRECURSOR EFFECTS IN THE CUBIC PHASE

    Armstrong R.L. 26

    Short Communications:

    EPR OF THE Gd3+-02" CENTER IN RbCaF3: EVIDENCE FOR DYNAMICS AND DISORDERCONNECTED WITH THE 0n - D4h STRUCTURAL PHASE TRANSITIONSimon P., BuzariS J.Y., Berlinger W., Muller K.A. 28

    EPR OF THE Gd3+-02- PAIR AS A PROBE TO ESTABLISH THE PHASE DIAGRAM OF(1 ID-STRESSED RbCaF3Buzar

  • EPR EVIDENCE FOR COEXISTENCEOF PARA^ AND FERROELECTRIC PHASES IN AMMONIUMSULPHATE

    Barb D., Grecu N.M. 44

    ESR STUDY OF FERROELASTIC LEAD ORTHOVANADATE - Pb3(V04)2Barbur I., Stanescu L. 46

    ENDOR DETECTION OF POLAR STRUCTURES IN TSCC

    Windsch W., Metz H., Bottcher R. 48

    AN NMR STUDY OF THE FERROELASTIC TRANSITION IN POLYXTAL BiV04Segel S.L. 50

    THE 23Na AND 2D QUADRUPOLE COUPLINGS AND 2H DIPOLAR COUPLING AND MOTIONALNARROWING IN THE ORTHORHOMBIC AND MONOCLINIC PHASES OF NaOH

    Amm D.T., Segel S.L. 52

    NMR INVESTIGATION OF MOLECULAR MOTION AND ORDER-DISORDER PHASE TRANSITION IN

    1-C1 AND 1-BR-ADAMANTANE

    Ursu I., Grosescu R., Lupu M. 54

    19F NMR STRUCTURAL INVESTIGATIONS OF CxSbF5 GRAPHITE INTERCALATION COMPOUNDSStang I., Roth G., Luders K. 56

    87Rb QUADRUPOLE COUPLING AND PHASE TRANSITIONS IN MONOCLINIC RbD2P04Topic B., Blinc R. 58

    FLOATING PHASE IN ThBr4Emery J., Hubert S., Fayet J.C. 60

    FLUCTUATIONS NEAR THE NORMAL-INCOMMENSURATE PHASE TRANSITION THROUGH E.P.R. IN

    Rb2ZnCl4 : Mn2+Kaziba A., PtSzeril M., Fayet J.C. 62

    14N NMR LINESHAPE IN INCOMMENSURATE (N(CH3)4)2ZNCL4Dolinsek J., Zumer S., Blinc R. 64

    35C1 NQR STUDY OF THE FLOATING OF THE PINNED MODULATION WAVE IN INCOMMENSURATE

    Rb2ZnCl4Milia F., Rutar V. 66

    TWO UNIQUE INCOMMENSURATE-COMMENSURATE PHASE TRANSITIONS IN A LAYER-STRUCTURE

    PEROVSKITE

    Muralt P. 68

    THE QUADRUPOLE SHIFT IN INCOMMENSURATE Rb2ZnCl4 ANALOGUESPirnat J., Luznik J., Trontelj Z. 70

    NMR FIELD-CYCLING STUDIES OF MOLECULAR MOTIONS IN LIQUID CRYSTALLINE PAA

    Scheufler P., Leiningen D., WolFel W., Noack F.72

    IX

  • E.S.R. STUDIES ON PHASE TRANSITIONS IN A NEMATIC LIQUID CRYSTAL

    Chipara M.I., Georgescu L., Bafayad S., Popa-Nita V., Bucsa L. 74

    DEUTERON QUADRUPOLAR SPLITTINGS IN THE NMR SPECTRA OF SPECIFICALLY DEUTERATED

    4-ALK0XY-4-PR0PI0NYLAZ0BENZENES

    Westermark B. 76

    INTERPRETATION OF NMR SPECTRA OF LIQUID CRYSTALS

    Findeisen M., Grande S., Stannarius R., Losche A. 78

    THEORY OF NUCLEAR SPIN RELAXATION DUE TO ORDER DIRECTOR FLUCTUATIONS IN THE

    SMECTIC A PHASE OF LIQUID CRYSTALS

    Vilfan M., Blinc R. 80

    The Glassy State

    Invited Talks:

    NMR-INVESTIGATIONS OF SPIN GLASSES

    Alloul H. 82

    FREEZING DYNAMICS OF SINGLE-CRYSTAL PROTON GLASSES

    Courtens E.

    Short Communications:

    23Na-NMR OF THE CENTRAL LINE AND THE SATELLITE TRANSITIONS IN THESTRUCTURAL GLASS Na^N^Cl-).*Elschner 5. 86

    NMR AND EPR STUDY OF COLLECTIVE EFFECTS IN KTa03:LiRod S., Chatelain A., van der Klink J.J., Borsa F. 88

    Posters:

    CYCLOTRON RESONANCE IN SILICA GLASSES

    Ciccarello I., Guccione M., Li Vigni M. 90

    MdSSBAUER SPECTROSCOPIC STUDY OF SOME COMPLEX Si02.Li20.Fe203.Mn0 GLASSESHanga E., Tataru E., Morariu M. 92

    DYNAMICAL PROPERTIES OF BORATE GLASSES BY NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCEBalzer G., Jain H., Kanert 0. 95

    MAGNETIC RESONANCE ON HIGHLY DISORDERED SYSTEMS

    Simon S., Simon V., Nicula Al. 97

    ELECTRON PARAMAGNETIC RESONANCE OF 3d IONS IN NATRIUM-BORATE GLASSESTrif E., Peteany M., Nicula Al. 99

    AN EPR STUDY OF As203.V205 GLASSESNicula Al., Culea E. 101

    X

  • THE TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF SPIN HAMILTONIAN PARAMETERS OF Cu(II) AND V(IV)COMPLEXES IN OXIDE GLASSES

    Bogomolova L.D., Fedorov A.G., Krasil'nikova N.A. 103

    E5R STUDY OF INTERACTIONS BETWEEN Fe3+ AND V4+ IONS IN Te02-V205-Fe203 GLASSESSingh R. 105

    EPR STUDY OF NEUTRON IRRADIATED Fe203-B205-Pb0 GLASSESBurzo E., Ursu I., Nazarov V.M. 107

    EPR OF THE REENTRANT INSULATING SPIN-GLASS Eu^^SMehran F., Melcher R.L., Holtzberg F. 109

    ELECTRON SPIN ECHO IN GLASSES: AN INFLUENCE OF TWO-LEVEL SYSTEMS?Antipin A., Kochelaev B., Orlinskii S., Fushman D., Shlenkin V. 111

    THE DISTRIBUTION OF T-| IN A Ni-P GLASSY ALLOYTompa K., Varga L., Pocsik I., Furo I. 113

    SATELLITE STRUCTURE OF 11B NMR SPECTRA IN Co3_xFexB ALLOYSWojcik M., Lerchner H., Rosenberg M., Livingston 3.D. 115

    QUADRUPOLE SPLITTING AT BORON SITES IN Co3„xFexB ALLOYSErdmann K., Lerchner M., Rosenberg M. 117

    FERROMAGNETIC RESONANCE STUDY OF Co58Ni1oFe5Di11B16 AMORPHOUS ALLOYBansal C, Sunandana C.S. 119

    Non Linear Spin Dynamics

    Invited Talks:

    DIVERSITY AND UNIVERSALITY ALONG THE ROADS TO CHAOTIC BEHAVIOR OFPUMPED NMR SYSTEMS

    Brun E. 121

    OBSERVATION OF CHAOS IN PARALLEL-PUMPED MAGNONSYamazaki H., Barberis D,, Waldner F. 123

    PARAMETRIC EXCITATION OF QUASIPARTICLES IN ANTIFERROMAGNETSProzorova L.A. ^5

    SOLITONS IN ONE-DIMENSIONAL MAGNETSBorsa F.

    Short Communications:

    AN ESR NEW EFFECT IN ONE-DIMENSIONAL SYSTEMS AT VERY LOW FREQUENCIESClement S., Bize E., Renard J.P.

    127

    129

    SPIN DYNAMICS IN A QUASI 1D ANTIFERROMAGNET STUDIED BY PULSED ESR

    Nijhof E.J., van der Vlist H., van Rijn J.J., Gerritsma G.J. 131

    XI

  • MAGNETIC SOLITONS IN CsNiF3 INVESTIGATED BY ESRWiese J., Benner H., Boucher J.P. 133

    A ROUTE TO CHAOS BY IRREGULAR PERIODS: SIMULATIONS OF PARALLEL PUMPING

    Waldner F., Barberis D., Yamazaki H. 135

    THE EFFECT OF SPECTRAL DIFFUSION ON THE SATURATION TRANSIENT REGIME

    OF DILUTED RUBY SAMPLES

    Boscaino R., Gelardi F.M., Mantegna R.N. 137

    Posters:

    ANOMALOUS ELECTRON SPIN RELAXATION IN 1-D SYSTEMS: PURE AND DOPED C.H.A.C.

    Clement S., El Hage J., Ablart G., Poertadji S., Pescia J. 139

    ANOMALOUS MICROWAVE ABSORPTION IN THE QUASI 1D ANTIFERROMAGNET RbCoCl3.2H20.Nijhof E.J., van der Vlist H., Pueirtolas J.A., Gerritsma G.J. 141

    CAN SOLITON INSTABILITIES BE OBSERVED BY NMR?

    143

    EXCHANGEINTERACTIONS IN (NMe4)2Cu(mnt)2Kuppasamy P., Manoharan P.T. 145

    TWO-DIMENSIONAL SOLITONS: SHAPE AND ENERGY OF STATIC EXCITATIONS COMPARED

    Waldner F. 147

    A ROUTE TO CHAOS BY IRREGULAR PERIODS: OBSERVATIONS IN AN ANTIFERROMAGNET BY

    PARALLEL PUMPING

    Barberis D., Waldner F. 149

    BISTABILITIES AND BIFURCATIONS NEAR STATIONARY STATES OF THE POLARISED NONLINEAR

    NUCLEAR SPIN SYSTEM OF A1 IN RUBY

    Holzner R. 151

    ON THE CHAOTIC BEHAVIOUR OF SOLUTIONS OF THE NON-LINEAR NMR-LASER EQUATIONS

    Muller E.E. 153

    BIFURCATIONS, SPIKING, CHAOS AND PHASE LOCKING IN AN NMR LASER WITH INJECTEDSIGNAL

    Derighetti B., Ravani M. 155

    NMR in Electronic and Ionic Conductors

    Invited Talks:

    MAGNETIC RESONANCE STUDIES IN THE POLYACETYLEN, (CH)XNechtschein M. 157

    NMR STUDIES IN SUPERIONICS CONDUCTORS

    Brinkmann D. 159

    XII

  • CORRELATION FUNCTIONS AND ION MOTION IN SUPERIONIC CONDUCTORSBjorkstam J.L. 161

    Short Communications:

    KNIGHT SHIFT IN SMALL Pt PARTICLESBucher J.-P., Lazeyras F., van der Klink J.J., Fouilloux P. 163

    MAGNETIC RESONANCE AND CONDUCTIVITY MEASUREMENTS ON THE NEW ORGANIC METALN.N'-DICYANONAPHTHOQUINONEBISIMIN (DCNQB)Grauf W., Schatzle A., von Schiitz J.U., Wolf H.C., Aumuller A.,Hiinig S. 165

    Posters:

    OVERHAUSERSHIFT OF CHARGE CARRIER SPIN RESONANCE IN ORGANIC CONDUCTORSDenninger G., Stocklein W., Dormann E., Schwoerer M. 167

    NUCLEAR RELAXATION IN THE SEMI-METALS

    Folscher G.C.K., Hoch M.J.R., Tzalmona A. 169

    FLIP-FLOP TRANSITIONS IN THE PRESENCE OF LARGE QUADRUPOLE INTERACTIONS.APPLICATION TO 7LI RELAXATION IN THE IONIC CONDUCTOR LI3N.Birli H., Schimmele L., Messer R. 171

    Ag DIFFUSION CONSTANT IN THE SUPERIONIC CONDUCTOR Ag26llsW40i6 MEASURED BYPULSED MAGNETIC FIELD GRADIENT NMRDommann A., Mali M., Roos J., Brinkmann D. 173

    HIGH-PRESSURE NMR IN THE SUPERIONIC CONDUCTORS RbAg4l5 and KAg4l5Huber H., Mali M., Rooa J., Brinkmann D. 175

    Li AND F DIFFUSION COEFFICIENTS IN THE SUPERIONIC POLYMERS PE08-LiC104 ANDPE08-LiCF3S03 MEASURED BY PULSED MAGNETIC FIELD GRADIENT NMRMali M., Roos J., Brinkmann D. 177

    Paramagnetic Centers

    Invited Talks:

    ESR STUDIES OF ANTISITE DEFECTS IN GaAs AND GaP

    Schneider J. 179

    BOUND AND FREE SMALL POLARONS - CENTERS WITH BROKEN SYMMETRY

    Schirmer O.F. 180

    DEFECT CENTERS IN AS-GROWN, OXIDIZED AND REDUCED SrTi03:Co AND SrTi03:MnBlazey K.W., Muller K.A., Berlinger W., Cabrera J.M., Weibel H.,Aguilar M. 1B2

    MAGNETIC RESONANCE STUDIES OF URANIUM COMPOUNDS AND NUCLEAR WASTEUrsu I., Lupei V. 184

    XIII

  • Short Communications:

    EPR OF NON-KRAMERS IONS IN LANTHANIDE NICOTINATE DIHYDRATES

    Baker J.M., Martineau P.M., Hutchison C.A.Jr. 188

    OPTICAL AND MAGNETIC STUDIES OF SOME LANTHANIDE NICOTINATES DIHYDRATES

    Bleaney B., Leask M.J.M., Robinson M.G., Wells M.R., Hutchison C.A.Jr. 190

    THE FORMATION OF MAGNETIC CLUSTERS FAR ABOVE THE FREEZING TEMPERATURE IN

    INSULATING GLASSES

    Baalbergen J.J., Verhaar N.A.H., Verstelle J.C. 192

    TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE ESR LINE WIDTH IN (MnO).4(A1203)«1(Si02).5Baalbergen J.J., Verstelle J.C. 194

    ESR OF Gd3+ - AND Mn2+ - IMPURITIES IN MIXED VALENCE Ce COMPOUNDSSchaeffer H., Elschner B. 196

    Posters:

    EPR STUDIES ON Re042~ IN ALKALIHALIDE CRYSTALS: INTRAMOLECULAR STATICJAHN-TELLER EFFECT

    Ravi Sekhar Y., Bill H. 198

    STUDY OF MOTION OF OFF-CENTER DEFECTS IN ALKALIHALIDE CRYSTALS BY NUCLEARMAGNETIC RESONANCE

    Kanert 0., Kiichler R., Olthoff M. 200

    ESR OF Tl2+ (110) DIMER CENTER IN ALKALI CHLORIDESNistor S.V., Schoemaker D., Ursu I., Yang B.R. 202

    CO-DOPING EFFECTS ON THE URANIUMUrsu I., Lupei A., Lupei V. 204

    ESR OF Fe+ AND Fe3+ CENTERS ON NaClNistor S.V., Ursu I., Velter-Stefan. M. 206

    EPR OF CU2+IN NAFMagne G., Bill H. 208

    EPR INVESTIGATION OF IRRADIATION EFFECTS IN HIGH PURITY QUARTZBaker J.M., Doherty S.P., Robinson P.T. 210

    EPR OF TRIGONALLY DISTORTED (HfF6)3" COMPLEX IN IRRADIATED Cs2HfF6 SINGLECRYSTALS

    Ursu I., Giurgiu L.V. 212

    EPR STUDY OF ORDER-DISORDER ASPECTS IN X TYPE ZEOLITES CONTAINING Fe3+ IONSTrif E., Petrigor S., Strugaru D., Vass D., Nicula Al. 214

    SPIN-LATTICE RELAXATION OF Cr3+ IONS IN EMERALS AT LOW AND SUPERLOW TEMPERATURESMartirossian R.M., Manvelian M.O., Peskovatskii S.A., Shulga V.M.,

    Myshenko V.V. 216

    XIV

  • MEASUREMENT OF THE Mn2+- F" DISTANCE FROM THE ISOTROPIC SUPERHYPERFINE CONSTANTBarriuso M.T., Moreno M. 218

    EPR OF Mn2+ IN SINGLE CRYSTALS OF (M(H20)6)SNF6 (M = Mg.Zn.Cd)Hrabanski R. 220

    DETERMINATION OF Mn2+-Ni2+ EXCHANGE INTERACTION CONSTANT IN NiSo4.7H20 BY EPRMisra S.K., Kahrizi M. 222

    UNUSUAL STRUCTURE IN THE EPR SPECTRA OF SOME COPPER(II) COMPLEXES CAUSED BYMAGNETIC DIPOLE COUPLING WITH SLOW ELECTRON EXCHANGEHitchman M.A., Riley M.J., McDonald R.G. 224

    EFFECT OF PAIRS IN THE SPIN-LATTICE RELAXATION OF Yb3+ IN SrF2Velter-Stefan. M., Nistor S.V. 225

    TRIGONAL Yb3+ CENTER IN SrF2 IN THE POINT-CHARGE APPROXIMATIONVelter-Stefan. M., Nistor S.V. 227

    ELECTRON PARAMAGNETIC RESONANCE OF Pr4+ IN ZIRCONHarris E.A., Mellor J.H., Parke S. 229

    STRAIN EFFECTS IN THE EPR OF Re4*:(NH4)2PtCl6Tucker J.W., Bufaical R.F., Harris E.A. 231

    HYPERFINE STRUCTURE OF THE f-ELECTRONS IN THE CRYSTAL FIELD OF CUBIC SYMMETRYWrobel B., Wojciechowski W. 233

    THE g-SHIFT OF d7 AND d9 IONS: INFLUENCE OF CHARGE-TRANSFERAramburu J.A., Moreno M. 235

    CHARGE REDISTRIBUTION EFFECT CAUSING RETURNING CONTRIBUTION TO THE TRANSFERRED

    HYPERFINE INTERACTION IN MAGNETIC IONS AND ION PAIRSShrivastava K.N. 237

    DYNAMICAL PHONON-INDUCED ZERO-FIELD SPLITTING

    Shrivastava K.N. 239

    EPR OF NON-KRAMERS I0N5 IN CUBIC CRYSTALLINE FIELDS

    Lupei V. 2*1

    Muon Spin Rotation

    Invited Talks:

    MUONIUM IN SEMICONDUCTORS

    Patterson B.D. 243

    SPIN ROTATION OF POSITIVE MUONS (u+SR) IN ALFA-IRONSEEGER A. 245

    XV

  • DIFFUSION AND TRAPPING OF POSITIVE MUONS IN METALS AND HYDRIDES

    Karlsson E. 247

    POSITIVE MUON AND MUONIUM (T2)-PR0CESSES IN GASES

    Fleming D.G. 249

    uSR, A TECHNIQUE COMPLEMENTARY TO ESR IN STUDIES INVOLVING FREE RADICALS

    Roduner E. 251

    Short Communications:

    DOUBLE ELECTRON MUON RESONANCE (DEMUR)Estle T.L. 253

    DETECTION OF VAN HOVE TYPE SINGULARITIES IN THE MUON KNIGHT SHIFT IN

    Cd AND CdMg ALLOYSStuder W., Gygax F.N., Hintermann A., Schenck A., van der Wal A.J. 255

    MUONIUM: AN EXOTIC U-CENTER

    Kiefl R.F., Baumeler M., Felber J., Keller H., Kundig W., Odermatt W.,Patterson B.D., Schneider J.W., Blazey K.W., Estle T.L., Rudaz S.L. 257

    uSR STUDY OF MUONIC RADICALS IN NORBORNENE PLASTIC CRYSTAL

    Ricco M., Bucci C, De Renzi R., Gaidi G., Podini P., Tedeschi R.,Scott C. 259

    FORMATION MECHANISMS OF MUONIUM SUBSTITUTED RADICALS

    Cox S.F.J., Symons M.C.R. 261

    Posters:

    ADVANCED TECHNIQUES IN uSR FOR POSITRON DETECTIONPodini P., Tedeaohi R. 263

    NEW ASPECTS OF THE STRONG DIAMAGNETISM OF Bi FROM u+ KNIGHT SHIFT MEASUREMENTS

    IN BiSb (19 AT %)

    Gygax F.N., Hintermann A., Ruegg W., Schenck A., van der Wal A.J. 265

    RATE CONSTANTS FOR RADICAL CIS-TRANS ISOMERIZATION OBTAINED BY ESR AND pSRStrub W., Roduner E., Fischer H. 267

    Special Subjects

    Invited Talks:

    NMR ON SOLID SURFACES

    Pfeifer H. 269

    ESR IN SITU OF A JOSEPHSON TUNNEL JUNCTION

    Baberschke K., Bures K.D., Barnes S.E. 271

    XVI

  • ENHANCED NUCLEAR ACOUSTIC RESONANCE IN HoV04

    Bleaney B., Brigga G.A.D., Gregg J.F., Swallow G.H., Weaver J.M.R. 273

    Posters:

    MICROWAVE INDUCED OPTICAL NUCLEAR POLARIZATION USING 75-GHZ MICROWAVEIRRADIATION

    van Kesteren H.W., Wenckebach W.Th., Schmidt J., Poulis N.J. 275

    PHOTOACOUSTIC DETECTION OF FMR DEPTH PROFILEOliveira A.C., Cesar C.L., Vargas H. 277

    NUCLEAR ACOUSTIC RESONANCE IN METALS

    Muller V. 279

    NMR SURFACE AREA IN POROUS SUBSTANCES AND EXCHANGE PROCESS

    Barbie L. 281

    EPR STUDY OF OXIDATION OF ERBIUM IONS IN A NEAR-SURFACE LAYER OF A GOLD FOIL

    Raizman A., Suss J.T., Seidman D.N., Shaltiel D., Zevin V. 283

    THE ELECTRIC QUADRUPOLE INTERACTION IN SOLID FLUORINE AND SOME COVALENT BONDED

    FLUORIDES

    Barfuss H., Gubitz W., Kreische W., Lanzendorfer G., Roseler B. 285

    ESR DETECTION OF "STABILIZED" IONS IN LIQUID HELIUM

    Reichert J.F., Herrold G.S., Gagnon M.A. 287

    INTERPRETATION OF SPIN RELAXATION BY BOUNDED DIFFUSION IN TWO-DIMENSIONAL

    HETEROGENEOUS SYSTEMS

    Korb J.-P., Winterhalter M., Tabony J. 289

    EPR STUDIES OF FROZEN NON AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS CONTAINING (FeBr4)" AND (FeC14)"ANIONS

    Rodriguez F., Moreno M. 291

    RECENT N.O. INVESTIGATIONS OF ANTIFERROMAGNEUC NUCLEAR ORDER IN H0VO4 BELOW

    TN = 5 mK

    Allsop A.L., Bowden G.J., Clark R.G., Stone N.J. 293

    THE SPECTROSCOPIC SPLITTING FACTORS OF TRANSITION METALS IN TERNARY URANIUM,YTTRIUM AND GADOLINIUM COMPOUNDS

    Burzo E. 295

    OBSERVATION OF THE ZERO-POINT SPIN REDUCTION IN ANTIFERROMAGNEUC EuTe BY NMR

    Lutgemeier H., Schwarz B.R.I. 297

    SPIN DYNAMICS IN MAGNETICALLY DILUTE SOLIDS

    Avagian E.V., Atsarkin V.A., Vasneva G.A. 2"

    XVII

  • SPIN KINETICS AND EPR IN SUPERCONDUCTORS WITH MAGNETIC IMPURITIES

    Kochelsev B.I., Tagirov L.R., Trutnev K.F. 301

    SPIN DYNAMICS STUDY BY PROTON NMR IN ONE-DIMENSIONAL CHAC AND CHAC:Mn

    Clement S., Veillet P., Cheikh-Rouhou A. 303

    235U ENRICHMENT EFFECT ON 19F NMR SPECTRA IN GASEOUS UF6Ursu I., Demco D.E., Bogdan M., Fitori P., Darabont A. 305

    19F RELAXATION BY NMR ABSORPTION IN GASEOUS UF6, WF6, AND MoF6Ursu I., Demco D.E., Bogdan M., Fitori P., Darabont A. 307

    ON THE TWO MEASURABLE COMPONENTS OF A SPIN

    Pocsik I. 309

    STATISTICAL ENTROPY AND NMR

    Lenk R. 311

    XVIII

  • CHEMISTRY

    Chemical Reaction Pynawics

    Invited Talks:

    MAGNETIC RESONANCE STUDIES OF TRANSIENT RADICALS AND RADICAL IONSTrifunac A.D. 313

    TIME INTEGRATION SPECTROSCOPYMcLauchlan K.A. 315

    ELECTRON SPIN POLARIZATION OF PRIMARY REACTANTS IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS

    Hoff A.J. 317

    KINETIC ESR APPLIED TO FREE RADICAL REACTIONS IN LIQUIDSFischer H. 319

    Short Communications:

    THE RF AND MICROWAVE LABELLING TECHNIQUES IN CHEMICAL REACTIONS

    Sagdeev R.Z., Grishin Y.A., Bagryanskaya F.L., Leshina T.V.,Valyaev V.I., Molin Y.N. 321

    CIDEP TRAPPING METHOD FOR INVESTIGATION OF FREE RADICALS ANDTRIPLET STATES

    Borbat P.P., Tsvetkov Y.D. 323

    MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN PRESENCE OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS

    Lendi K., Pottinger J. 324

    CIDEP FROM GEMINATE RADICAL PAIRS AS STUDIED BY EFFECT MODULATED

    ESR-SPECTROSCOPY

    Baer R., Paul H. 326

    Molecular Structure

    Posters:

    NOVEL POLYCYCLIC SYSTEMS: HETEROCYCLIC DIANIONS

    Cohen Y., Minsky A., Rabinovitz M. 328

    NMR STUDY OF CONFIGURATION AND CONFORMATION OF NORBORNENE/NORBORNANE FUSEDTETRACYCLIC AZETIDINONES

    Sohar P., Stajer G., Bernath G. 329

    APPLICATION OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL NMR TECHNIQUES FOR COMPLETE PROTON AND CARBQN-13

    ASSIGNMENTS OF THE CIS_ AND TRANS ISOMERS OF BIXIN AND NORBIXINConway T.F., Finger C.K., Jacaway W.A., Urbas B. 331

    DEUTERIUM NMR OF THE C-16 AND C-22 DICARBOXYLIC ACIDS (K SALTS)-WATER LYOTROPICSYSTEMS

    Loewenstein A., Charvolin J. 333

    CONFORMATIONAL STUDIES OF ERGOPEPTINES IN SOLUTION BY 1H NMRKidric J., Grad M., Hadzi D. 335

    XIX

  • 15N NMR OF VERDINOID BILE PIGMENTS AT NATURAL ISOTOPE ABUNDANCEMuller N. 337

    DETERMINATION OF CARBON-IODINE COUPLING CONSTANTS FROM 13C RELAXATION TIMESMlynarik V. 339

    MULTINUCLEAR NMR OF ORGANOSILANES

    Kanyha P.J., Brey W.S. 341

    57Fe NMR: RELAXATION MECHANISMS AND CHEMICAL SHIFTSBaltzer L., Gansow O.A. 343

    2-D-NMR-SPECTROSCOPY OF CARBOHYDRATES

    Csuk R., Muller N. 345

    NMR INVESTIGATIONS ON THE HYALURONIC ACID COPPER COMPLEX

    Sterk H., Braun M., Schmut H. 347

    CONFORMATIONAL PREFERENCE OF METHOXY AND ACETYLNAPHTHALENE

    Salman R. none

    Molecular Dynamics

    Invited Talks:

    HYDROGEN BOND DYNAMICS IN SOLIDS

    Haeberlen U. 349

    DYNAMICS OF THE HYDROGEN-BONDED PROTONS IN SOLID CARBOXYLIC ACIDS

    Meier B.H., Meyer R., Schoenenberger C., Ernst R.R. 351

    NMR STUDY OF MOLECULAR DYNAMICS IN SOME HYDROGEN-BONDED CRYSTALS

    Terao T., Akagi T., Nagaoka S., Imashiro F., Saika A., Hirota N.,Hayashi S. 353

    DYNAMIC NMR STUDIES OF MULTIPLE PROTON TRANSFERS: KINETIC ISOTOPE

    AND SOLUTION-SOLID STATE EFFECTS

    Limbach H.H. 355

    Short Communications:

    TUNNELING IN THE FORMATION AND DECAY KINETICS OF PHOTOCHEMICAL H-TRANSFERIN AROMATIC SINGLE CRYSTALS FROM TIME RESOLVED ONP AND OPTICAL METHODS

    Nack M., Tietje M., Gutsze A., Colpa J.P., Prass B., Stehlik D.,Vieth H.M. 357

    PROTON NMR ONE-PHONON AND TWO-PHONON RELAXATION DUE TO TUNNELLING INAMMONIUM HEXACHLORIDES

    Svare I., Raaen A.M., Fimland B.O. 359

    NUCLEAR SPIN CONVERSION OF THE LOW TUNNELING FREQUENCY CH3-GROUP OFCu(CH3C00)2.H20 BY MEANS OF A NEW METHODCoppens P., Vandemaele G., Van Gerven L. 361

    XX

  • Posters:

    INVESTIGATIONS OF MOLECULAR MOTIONS IN CLATHRATE HYDRATES BY NMR RELAXATIONMEASUREMENTS

    Albayrak C, Zeidler M.D. 363

    NITROGEN-15 SPIN-LATTICE RELAXATION OF AMMONIUM NITRATE IN THE PLASTIC PHASEJuranic N. 365

    STUDY OF THE HYDRATATION REACTION OF PYRIDINE-4-ALDEHYDE BY MAGNETIZATIONTRANSFER EXPERIMENTS

    Kalchhauaer H., Wolschann P. 367

    MULTIPULSE DYNAMIC NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCEMeier P., Mueller K., Ohmes E., Kothe G. 369

    HYDRATION REACTIONS OF TRICALCIUM SILICATE BY 29Si NMRClayden N.J., Dobson CM., Hayes C.J., Rodger S.A. 370

    DEUTERON NMR STUDY OF LIQUID CRYSTALLINE POLYMERS AND POLYMER MODEL MEMBRANESBoffel C, Ebelhauser R., Fahmy T., Pschorn U., Spiess H.W. 372

    DEUTERON NMR STUDY OF MOLECULAR MOTIONS AND PHASE TRANSITIONS IN SOLIDMULTIMETHYLAMMONIUM PERCHLORATESJurga S., Spiess H.W. 373

    ORIENTATION DEPENDENT SPIN-LATTICE RELAXATION OF DEUTERON SPIN ALIGNMENT

    Wefing S., Jurga S., Spiess H.W. 375

    MOLECULAR MOTIONS IN PHASE I OF t-BUTYL CYANIDEHasebe T., Strange J.H. 377

    29SI AND 27AL SOLID STATE NMR IN DEALUMINATED FAUJASITEGrobet P.J., Jacobs P.A. 379

    ANISOTROPIC WATER DYNAMICS IN MGCI2Struis R.P.W.J., Leyte J.C. 381

    PHASE TRANSITIONS AND MOLECULAR MOTIONS IN DIMYRISTOYL LECITHINE

    Haggai G. 383

    THE MOBILITY OF Li+ NEAR A POLYELECTROLYTE CHAIN FROM Mn2+ ENHANCED 7LiRELAXATION AND 7Li SELFDIFFUSIONBleijser J., Wortel N., Leyte J.C. 385

    INVESTIGATION OF CHAIN DYNAMICS IN CIS-1,4 POLYBUTADIENE WITH SOLID STATE NMRCOHERENT AVERAGING METHODS

    English A.D., Dybowski C.R. 387

    H- AND CT-COMPLEXING PROPERTIES OF AZAAROMATIC COMPOUNDS AS STUDIED BY NMR

    SPECTROSCOPY

    Poblocka K., Domagala A., Waclawek W. 389

    XXI

  • MULTINUCLEAR NMR STUDIES OF COMPLEXES OF Mo(VI), W(VI) AND V(V) WITH LACTIC ANDTHIOLACTIC ACIDS

    Gil V.M.S., Caldeira M.M., Geraldes F.C., Ollveira N. 391

    NMR STUDIES OF CIMETIDINE AND RANITIDINE IN SOLUTION:ACID-BASE EQUILIBRIA AND

    EFFECTS OF ANTACIDS

    Geraldes F.C., Gil V.M.S., Teixeira M.H. 392

    13C NMR STUDY OF MOLECULAR MOTION OF 1,2-POLYBUTADIENE IN CDC13Shen L., Qian B., Ni Sh., Yu F. 394

    TIME RESOLVED CIDNP DURING PHOTOREACTIONS OF ALIPHATIC KETONES

    Vollenweider J., Hennig J., Fischer H. 396

    ZEEMAN-TUNNELRELAXATION RESONANCE OF THE CH3-GROUP IN Cu(CH3C00)2.H20 USING VERYFAST FIELD CYCLING

    Vandemaele G., Coppens P., Van Gerven L. 398

    NMR STUDY OF CH4-KR MIXTURESGlattli H., Calvani P. 400

    SOLID CH4-KR MIXTURE: A DISORDERED OCTUPOLAR STRUCTUREDe Luca F., Maraviglia B. 402

    TEMPERATURE AND FREQUENCY DEPENDENCE OF T

  • Multiple quantum Spectroscopy

    Invited Talks:

    NMR WITH NO FIELD AND MANY QUANTA

    Pines A. none

    MULTIPLE QUANTUM NMR ON QUADRUPOLAR SYSTEMSVega S., Zur Y. 418

    COMPOSITE PULSES AND MULTIPLE-QUANTUM COHERENCE

    Levitt M.H., Ranee M., Frey M., Suter D., Counsell C, Ernst R.R. 420

    Chemical Applications of ESR, ENDOR, NQR, ODHR and Related Methods

    Posters:

    EPR-STUDY OF PHOTOCHEMICAL HYDROGEN TRANSFER IN ACCEPTOR-DONOR PAIRS WITH

    DIFFERENT REACTION GEOMETRY IN THE SAME CRYSTALLINE MATRIX

    Steidl P., Stehlik D. 422

    OPTICALLY DETECTED CHLORINE NUCLEAR QUADRUPOLE RESONANCE ON CHLOROBENZENES IN

    ORGANIC MOLECULAR CRYSTALS

    v.Borczyskowski C. 424

    REDOX EQUILIBRIA IN THE HETEROGENEOUS SYSTEM Cr203-V205Sunandana C.S. 426

    THE ACTION OF RED LIGHT ON SOLID CARYOPHYLLENE NITROSITE, C15H24N2O3Freer A., MacAlpine D.K., Peacock J.A., Porte A.L.

    UN AND 15N ENDOR STUDIES OF PROPELLANE-TYPE HYDRAZINIUM RADICAL CATIONS.OBSERVATION OF SECOND-ORDER SPLITTINGS

    Kirste B., Bock M., Kurreck H.

    428

    430

    ESR STUDY OF INTERNAL ROTATIONS IN ARYL-METHINE NITROXIDES

    Simon P., Rockenbauer A. *32

    MOLECULAR STRUCTURE INFORMATION FROM DIPOLAR AND EXCHANGE ESR LINESHAPE IN A

    RIGID OR SEMI-RIGID LATTICE

    Coffman R.E., Pezeshk A. 434

    11B, 1*N AND 19F NUCLEAR QUADRUPOLE COUPLINGS IN F3BNHXR3_X COMPOUNDSOlliges J., Lotz A., Voitlander J., Barfuss H., Bohnlein G., Gubitz F.,

    Ittner W., Lanzendorfer G., Kreische W., Roseler B. 436

    MOLECULAR STRUCTURE AND 35C1 NUCLEAR QUADRUPOLE COUPLING TENSORS IN

    METACHLORONITROBENZENE

    Sharma S., Paulus H., Weiden N., Weiss A.43a

    ANISOTROPIC ENDOR SPECTRA OF RADICALS IN DISORDERED MATRICES

    Brustolon M., Maniero A.L., Segre U.440

    XXIII

  • SPIN DIFFUSION IN A QUASI-TWO-DIMENSIONAL MAGNETIC SYSTEM. A TEMPERATUREDEPENDENT STUDY

    Gribnau M.C.M., Murugesan R., van Kempen H., de Boer E. 441

    ELECTRON-SPIN-ECHO EXPERIMENTS ON THE QUASI ONE-DIMENSIONAL ORGANIC METAL

    (PERYLENE)2.X1.2/3 THF (x = AsF6-,PF6-)Meenenga D., Dinse K.P., Schweitzer D., Keller H.J. 443

    ESR STUDIES ON WC16 - CP SYSTEMCeausescu E., Dimonie M., Cornilescu A., Nicolescu E., Popescu M.,Coca S., Chipara M.I. 445

    TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF ENDOR ENHANCEMENT IN SEMIQUINONESChristidis T. 447

    THERMALLY-DETECTED EPR STUDIES IN III-V MATERIALS

    Bates C.A., Vasson A., Vasson A.M. 449

    ESR SPECTROSCOPY USING TUNNELLING METHYL GROUPS

    Horsewill A.J. 451

    SYMMETRY-ADAPTED FOURIER-SERIES EXPANSIONS OF THE CONFORMATIONAL DEPENDENCES OFHYPERFINE COUPLINGS IN ORGANIC RADICALS

    Maruani J., Toro-Labbe A. 453

    ESR EVIDENCE FOR ROTATION BARRIERS IN 1-BENZ0YL-2.2-DIARYLHYDRAZYLSGrecu N.M., Negoita N., Caproiu M.T., Balaban A.T., Bologa U.,Walter R.I. 455

    EPR STUDIES OF MIXED VALENCE INTERACTIONS IN Mn(III,IV) COMPLEXESSwarnabala G., Umashankar M., Rajasekharan M.V. 457

    XXIV

  • BIOLOGY

    NMR of Biological Systems

    Invited Talks:

    NMR METHODS FOR STUDYING ENZYME KINETICS

    Campbell I., Boyd J., Brindle K.M., Oxley S.T. 459

    PROTON RELAXATION BY PARAMAGNEITC AGENTS IN TISSUE

    Koenig S. none

    SOLID STATE NMR STUDIES OF BACTERIORHQDOPSIN

    Harbison G., Herzfeld J., Smith S.O., Mathies R., Pardoen J.A.,Mulder P.P.J., Winkel C, Lugtenburg J., Griffin R.G. 461

    STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF FILAMENTOUS VIRUSES BY SOLID STATE NMR

    Opella S.J. none

    Posters:

    ANISOTROPIC SPIN-LATTICE RELAXATION IN LIPID BILAYERS: A SOLID STATE 2H NMRLINESHAPE STUDY

    Siminovitch O.J. 463

    THE REDUCTION OF THE ^P-CHEMICAL SHIFT ANISOTROPY IN OPPC-BILAYERSTrahms L., Klabe W. 465

    ENDOR STUDY OF THE PHOTOEXCITED TRIPLET STATE PT IN BACTERIAL PHOTOSYNTHETICREACTION CENTERS

    Lendzian F., Sastry S., Mobius K,, van Willigen H. 467

    TIME RESOLVED EPR STUDIES OF RADICAL REACTIONS IN ORGANIZED ASSEMBLIES -

    MICELLES AND PHOTOSYNTHETIC SYSTEMS

    Thurnauer M.C. 469

    THE INTERACTION OF CU(II)-HISTIDINE COMPLEXES WITH THE VITAMIN C RED-OX SYSTEM

    Sapper H., Paul H.H., Beinhauer K., Lohmann W. 471

    31p NMR QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF THE LIVER FLUKE FASCIOLA HEPATICAShen L., Matthews P.M., Foxall D.L., Mansour T.E. 473

    APPLICATION OF NMR TO SOME PROBLEMS IN PLANT BIOLOGY

    Lenk R. 475

    PROTON ^-DISPERSION OF PROTEINS, MUSCLE FIBRES AND LIVING LEECHESWinter F., Kimmich R., Nusser W. 477

    QUANTITATIVE MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS BY PROTON RELAXATION MEASUREMENTS

    Bern* G.-J., Borcard B., Magnin P. 479

    13C NMR INVESTIGATIONS OF MYOCARDIAL METABOLISM: STUDIES OF ALANINEAMINOTRANSFERASE BY TRANSFER OF MAGNETIZATION

    Sherry A.D., Malloy C.R., Nunnally R.L. 4B1

    XXV

  • NMR RELAXATION MECHANISM IN SERUM FROM HEALTHY SUBJECTS

    Yilmaz A., Altintas C, Turan B. 483

    Structural Studies of Non-Crystalline Proteins and

    Nucleic Acids

    Invited Talks:

    THE USE OF 13N NUCLEAR SPINS FOR NMR OF BIOLOGICAL MACROMOLECULESRiiterjans H. none

    QUANTITATIVE EVALUATION OF CROSS PEAKS IN 2D NMR SPECTRA AS A BASIS

    FOR STUDIES OF INTERNAL MOTIONS IN PROTEINS

    Wagner G. 485

    THE SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF YEAST tRNAphe AS STUDIED BY HIGHRESOLUTION NMR

    Hilbers C.W. 487

    2D NMR STUDIES OF PROMOTER AND OPERATOR DNA

    Reid B.R. 488

    Posters:

    DETERMINATION OF THE STRUCTURAL DISORDER OF THE SOLID DNA BY SORBED WATER PROTONNMR

    Lahajnar G., Kralj S., Zumer S. 490

    STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF CALMODULIN, AN INTRACELLULAR CA2+-M0DULAT0R PROTEIN, ASREVEALED BY DIFFERENT NMR-TECHNIQUES

    Krebs J. 492

    1H-NMR SPECTRA OF BOVINE k-CASEIN MICELLESRollema H.S., Vreeman H.J., Brinkhuis J.A. 494

    HOMONUCLEAR RELAYED DOUBLE QUANTUM 2D NMR SPECTROSCOPY OF POLYPEPTIDES ANDPROTEINS

    Macura S., Kumar N.G., Brown L.R. 496

    APPLICATION OF DQF-COSY, RELAYED-COSY AND DOUBLE-RELAYED-COSY FOR THE ASSIGNMENTOF PROTEIN 1H-NMR SPECTRAWidmer H., Wagner G., Wuthrich K. 498

    SEQUENTIAL RESONANCE ASSIGNMENTS OF OLIGONUCLEOTIDES WITH HOMONUCLEAR AND

    HETERONUCLEAR 2D NMR

    Frey M.H., Sf4rensen O.W., Leupin W., Denny W.A., Ranee M.,Ernst R.R., Wuthrich K. 500

    170 AND 14N NMR STUDIES OF Co(II), Cu(II) AND Mn(II) COMPLEXES OF AMINO ACIDS INAQUEOUS SOLUTION, AND THE ION BINDING PROPERTIES OF THE PEPTIDE OXYGEN OF LINEARAND CYCLIC DIPEPTIDES

    Gotsis E.F., Fiat D. 502

    XXVI

  • APPLICATIONS AND NEW METHODS

    Imaging and in-vivo NMR

    Invited Talks:

    ADVANCES IN DYNAMIC IMAGING BY NMR

    Mansfield P., Doyle M., Chapman B., Guilfoyle D., Coupland R.E. 504

    1H NMR STUDIES OF MUSCLE METABOLISMGadian D.G., Proctor E., Sprague D.B., Talbot D.F., Williams S.R.,Brown F.F., Young I.R. 506

    PROGRESS OF NMR IN LIVING BEINGS: COMBINATION OF IMAGING AND IN VIVO

    SPECTROSCOPY

    Aue W.P., Muller S., Cross T.A., Pahl C, Hassink R.I., von Weymarn C,Seelig J. 508

    Short Communications:

    ASYMMETRIC IMAGING

    Ailion D.C., Blatter D.D., Case T.A., Morris A.H., Cutillo A.G.,

    Durney C.H. 510

    Posters:

    A SIMPLE SHIMMING STRATEGY FOR WHOLE BODY NMR IMAGING MAGNETS

    Chapman B., Mansfield P. 512

    NMR CINE IMAGE ENHANCEMENT

    Doyle M., Mansfield P. 514

    NMR IMAGING AND THE DIFFUSION OF WATER INTO NYLON

    Blackband S., Mansfield P. 516

    NMR IMAGING OF BORE CORES AND OF CRUDE OIL AND WATER IN SAND

    Blackband S., Mansfield P., Barnes J.R., Clague A.D.H., Rice S.A. 518

    IMAGES OF HUMAN HEAD WITH A HOME BUILT NMR SCANNER

    De Luca F., De Simone B.C., Maraviglia B., Campanella R.,Casieri C., Muzzioli P., Vellucci F. 520

    NMR SPECTRAL IMAGING USING NON-CIRCULAR SURFACE COILS

    Clarke G.D., Nunnally R.L.522

    MAGNETIC FIELD GRADIENT COIL SYSTEM FOR NMR TOMOGRAPHY

    Zupancic I.524

    THE ASSESSMENT OF MYOCARDIAL PERFUSION BY 19F NMR IMAGINGHorner S.D., Babcock E.E., Nunnally R.L.

    DISPERSION OF RELAXATION MEASUREMENTS: A FIELD CYCLING EXPERIMENT IN

    THE EARTH FIELD

    Borcard B.

    526

    FEASIBILITY OF NMR IMAGING IN EARTH FIELD RANGE

    Stepisnik J.52B

    530

    XXVII

  • EPR-TOMOGRAPHY WITH STATIONARY AND MODULATED GRADIENT

    Schneider W., Herrling T., Ewert U. 532

    ESR TOMOGRAPHY IN STUDY OF RADICAL REACTIONS

    Yakimchenko O.Y., Kartsivadze I.N., Lebedev Y.S. 534

    MULTIPLE-QUANTUM NMR IN SOLIDS: APPLICATION TO SPIN IMAGING

    Baum J., Garroway A.N., Munowitz M., Pines A. 536

    Pulsed ESR and ENDOR

    Invited Talks:

    PULSED ESR OF FIXED AND MOBILE SPINS

    Mehrinq M., Hb'fer P., Grupp A., Seidel H., Maresch G.G. 538

    NOVEL TECHNIQUES IN PULSE AND CW ESR / ENDOR SPECTROSCOPY

    Schweiqer A., Fauth J.M., Braunschweiler L., Mu'ri M., Ernst R.R. 540

    ELECTRON SPIN-LATTICE RELAXATION ANOMALY OF PARAMAGNETIC DEFECTS

    AT STRUCTURAL PHASE TRANSITIONS

    Volkel G., Brunner W. 542

    Short Communications:

    ELECTRON SPIN ECHO SPECTROSCOPY OF PHOTO-EXCITED TRIPLET EXCITONS IN

    ONE-DIMENSIONAL MOLECULAR CRYSTALS

    van Kooten J.F.C., Bos F.C., Schmidt J. 544

    PARTIAL EXCITATION IN ELECTRON SPIN ECHO ENVELOPE MODULATION SPECTROSCOPY

    Barkhuijsen H., de Beer R., Pronk B.J., van Ormondt D. 546

    DETECTION OF SLOW MOTION SPIN LABELS FROM DOUBLE MODULATION ESR SPECTRA

    Rakvin B., Andreis M., Veksll Z. 548

    Pulse Techniques in Solids

    Invited Talks:

    HIGH RESOLUTION PROTON NMR IN SOLIDS

    Schnabel B. none

    2D-FT MAGIC ANGLE SPINNING HIGH RESOLUTION NMR SPECTROSCOPY OF

    QUADRUPOLAR NUCLEI IN SOLIDS

    Lippmaa E. 550

    TRANSFER OF SPIN ORDER IN SOLIDS

    Suter D. 552

    Short Communications:

    MULTIPULSE IRRADIATION AND DIPOLAR SPIN TEMPERATURE: APPLICATION TO ADRFCROSS-POLARISATION

    Quiroga L., Virlet J. 554

    XXVIII

  • TIME DOMAIN ZERO FIELD MAGNETIC RESONANCEZax D.B., Bielecki A., Weitekamp D.P., Zilm K.W., Pines A. 556

    NMR AND RELAXATION IN DOUBLY ROTATING FRAMEAtsarkin V.A., Mefed A.E. 558

    SIDEBANDS IN MAS NMR SPECTRA OF DIPOLAR SOLIDSAlia M., Heinmaa I. 560

    Pulse Techniques in Liquids

    Invited Talks:

    PULSE SEQUENCES FOR SPATIAL LOCALIZATION WITHIN A LIVING SAMPLEShaka A.J., Freeman R. 562

    A NEW LOOK AT SOME OLD EXPERIMENTS

    Bax A., Drobny G.E., Sarkar S.K. 564

    NEW APPROACHES TO THE MEASUREMENT OF CROSS-RELAXATION RATES BYTWO-DIMENSIONAL NMR

    Bodenhausen G., Ranee M., Levitt M.H., Stfrensen O.W., Meier B.U.,Pfandler P., Denk W., Wagner G., Wuthrich K., Ernst R.R. 566

    Short Communications:

    STOCHASTIC SYSTEM ANALYSIS IN NMR SPECTROSCOPY

    Blumich B. 568

    SUPER COSY AND SUPER SECSY PULSE SCHEMES FOR TWO-DIMENSIONAL NMRKumar A., Hoaur R.V., Chandrasekhar K. 570

    SPIN MANIPULATIONS IN HETERONUCLEAR 2-D NMR

    Rutar V. 572

    New NMR Methods

    Posters:

    DETERMINATION OF CARBON-CARBON DISTANCES AND ">3C CHEMICAL SHIFT TENSORORIENTATION OF TRANSPOLYACETYLENE BY MEANS OF 13C 2D-NMRDuijvestijn M.J., Manenschijn A., Wind R.A., Smidt J. 574

    SWITCHING-ANGLE SAMPLE-SPINNING NMR SPECTROSCOPY FOR OBTAININGPOWDER-PATTERN-RESOLVED 2D SPECTRATerao T., Miura H., Onodera T., Fujii T., Saika A. 576

    SPECIAL FEATURES OF HIGH FIELD NMR ON LIQUIDSvan Zijl P.CM., MacLean C., Bothner-By A.A. 578

    ASSIGNMENT TECHNIQUES IN 29Si NMR SPECTROSCOPY OF PERTRIMETHYLSILYLATED PRODUCTSSchraml J. 58°

    XXIX

  • AN APPROACH TO THE GENERAL THEORY OF THE MULTIPLE-PULSE SPECTROSCOPY

    Shaposhnikov I.G., Ainbinder N.E., Furman G.B. 582

    NUCLEAR SPIN RELAXATION IN THE PRESENCE OF MW-4 MULTIPULSE SEQUENCE

    Blicharski J.S. 584

    ALTERNATIVE INTERPRETATION OF ROTARY SATURATION

    Pocsik I. 586

    NONADIABATIC EFFECTS ON ROTATING FRAME DIPOLAR RELAXATION MEASUREMENTS

    Giinther B., Ailion D.C. 588

    NUCLEAR MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY MEASUREMENTS BY MEANS OF AN ABSOLUTE NMR

    DISPERSION SPECTROMETER. DEVELOPMENT OF A VERY HIGH STABILITY RF OSCILLATOR

    Crits E., Van Gerven L. 590

    ELIMINATION OF SIDEBANDS IN MASS SPECTRA

    Raleigh D.P., Olejniczak E.T., Griffin R.G. 592

    ECHO FORMATION IN ROTATING SOLIDS

    Olejniczak E.T., Vega S., Griffin R.G. 594

    FAST-SWITCHABLE HOMOGENIOUS MAGNETIC-FIELD FOR FIELD CYCLING NMR

    Blanz M., Chen G.Q., Birli H., Messer R. 596

    CHARACTERIZATION OF HETEROGENEOUS SOLIDS BY PROTON SPIN DIFFUSIONCaravatti P., Neuenschwander P., Ernst R.R. 598

    DIPOLAR LINESHAPES IN MAS-NMR

    Kundla E., Rull E. 600

    New ESR Methods

    Posters:

    PULSED EPR SATURATION TRANSFER EXPERIMENTS ON POLYACETYLENEVolkel G., Dzuba S.A., Brunner W. 602

    5PIN-RELAXATI0N IN MgO:Ni++ BY ELECTRON SPIN ECHO IN A LOOP-GAP RESONATORGallay R., van der Klink J.J. 604

    PRECISE TEMPERATURE HANDLING IN EPR SPECTROSCOPY

    Berlinger W., Muller K.A., Buzarg J.Y. 606

    MODULATION SPECTRUM IN MAGNETIC RESONANCE

    Miyagawa I., Islam T., Ravkin B. 608

    PARAMETRIC SPECTRUM ANALYSIS OF SPIN ECHO SIGNALS

    Barkhuijsen H., de Beer R., van Ormondt D. 610

    AN IMPROVED METHOD FOR ENDOR STUDIES OF POWDERED SAMPLES

    612

    XXX

  • ESR AT 3 MM WAVELENGTH

    Haindl E., Burghaus 0., Plato M., Mobius K., Oloff H. 614

    A FAST ELECTRON SPIN ECHO SPECTROMETER

    Trommel J., Borsboom H.M., Lock H., de Looff J., Smidt J. 615

    PULSE FOURIER TRANSFORM ESR SPECTROSCOPY

    Dubinsky A.A., Grinberg O.Y., Panferov Y.F., Lebedev Y.S. 617

    MODULATION SPECTRUM FROM AN ENDOR LINE

    Peric M., Rakvin B., Dulcic A./

    619

    ORIENTATION-MODULATED ESR AND ENDOR SPECTROSCOPY

    Kreis R., Schweiger A. 621

    HIGH RESOLUTION MULTIPULSE GENERATOR FOR ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY

    Forrer J., Miiri M., Fauth J.M., Schweiger A., Ernst R.R. 623

    DIGITAL METHOD FOR EPR LINESHAPE ANALYSIS IN METALLIC SAMPLES

    Balanescu M., Burzo E. 625

    FREE RADICAL DYNAMICS AS STUDIED BY 2 MM ESR

    Lebedev Y.S., Grinberg O.Y., Dubinsky A.A., Ondar M.A., Poluektov O.G. 627

    Other Technigues

    Posters:

    TRANSIENT OPTICAL NUCLEAR POLARIZATION IN MOLECULAR CRYSTALS

    Macho V., Stehlik D., Vieth H.M. 629

    QUANTUM EFFICIENCY OF OPTICAL NUCLEAR POLARIZATION

    Allgeier J., Vieth H.M. 631

    OPTICAL DETECTION OF ELECTRON SPIN DEPHASING OF THE EXCITED TRIPLET STATE IN

    HIGHLY DISORDERED MOLECULAR CRYSTALS

    Grimm J., Kirski T., v.Borczyskowski C, 5tehlik D. 633

    ODNMR AND QUANTUM BEAT FREE INDUCTION DECAY OF Pr3+:YAGMacfarlane R.M., Harley R.T., Tropper A.C., Shelby R.M. 635

    NO, MMR/ON AND RELAXATION STUDIES OF 54Mu AND 60Co IN MuCl2.4H20 FOLLOWINGNUCLEAR SPIN COOLING VIA MAGNONS

    de Aranjo M., Clark R.G., Schottland M., Stone N.J. 637

    XXXI