Measurement of Magnetic Fields Using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Blackmer, Richard L.
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The purpose of this thesis was to build and operate a piece of apparatus which would measure the strength of the magnetic field between the pole pieces of magnets. An attempt was made to see if decreasing the size of the probe would make the measurement of inhomogenous fields possible.
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