The pulse programmer generates highly stable pulses and is capable of producing various scheme of pulses (i.e. a given specific number of pulses with independently variable widths and separations) employed in pulsednmr spectroscopy. The construction and working of the programmer is described with reference to the two most commonly used schemes, namely, a two-pulse sequence and the Carr-Purcell sequence.
Volume 93 | Issue 5
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