Nuclear magnetic resonance imaging as a tool to characterize defect densities in solids
Nuclear magnetic resonance imaging methods demonstrate the spatial variation of 23Na signal intensity in NaCl which results from an impact-induced inhomogeneous defect distribution.
Journal of Applied Physics
Nuclear magnetic resonance imaging as a tool to characterize defect densities in solids.
Journal of Applied Physics,
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