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Magnet system of the 500 MHz NMR spectrometer at the Francis Bitter National Magnet Laboratory: I. Design and development of the magnet

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6 Author(s)
Williams, J.E.C. ; Francis Bitter National Magnet Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139 ; Neuringer, L.J. ; Bobrov, E. ; Weggel, R.
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A high field nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer has been put into operation at the MIT, Francis Bitter National Magnet Laboratory. The spectrometer is built around a high homogeneity magnet, the design field of which was 11.74 T, and which in fact operates in persistent mode at a field of 11.71 T. The magnet is wound using niobium–titanium superconductor cooled to 2.3 K and is housed in a special dewar designed to permit continuous subatmospheric cryogenic operation and to minimize helium consumption. This and a companion paper describe the analysis, design, and construction of the magnet.

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Review of Scientific Instruments  (Volume:52 ,  Issue: 5 )

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May 1981

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