183W nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy

Definition: A type of spectroscopy where the energy states of 183W nuclei placed in a static magnetic field are interrogated by inducing transitions between the states via radio frequency irradiation. Each experiment consists of a sequence of radio frequency pulses with delay periods in between them.

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