[ noun ] (physics) an excited state of a stable particle causing a sharp maximum in the probability of absorption of electromagnetic radiation
Used in print(James A. Ibers et al., "Proton magnetic resonance...)
An isotropic resonance shift of **f to lower applied fields indicates a weak isotropic hyperfine contact interaction .
The general theory of resonance shifts is used to derive a general expression for the second_moment **f of a polycrystalline paramagnetic sample and is specialized to **f .
Field shifts were derived from the mean value of the resonance line , defined as the field about which the first_moment is zero .
One sample , which had been exposed to the atmosphere after evacuation at 375 ` C , showed the presence of adsorbed water ( about 0.3 wt % ) as evidenced by a weak resonance line which was very narrow at room_temperature and which disappeared , due_to broadening , at low_temperature .
The data reported here are either from spectra from which the adsorbed water resonance could easily be eliminated or from spectra of samples evacuated and sealed_off at 375 ` C which contain no adsorbed water .
[ noun ] (physics) a vibration of large amplitude produced by a relatively small vibration near the same frequency of vibration as the natural frequency of the resonating system
Used in print(1961 Research Highlights of the National Bureau of...)
Since conventional methods are insensitive at the low_frequencies of these molecular transitions , the paramagnetic resonance method is being used instead .
The first diatomic hydride investigated by the paramagnetic resonance method was the OH radical .
[ noun ] (music) having the character of a loud deep sound; the quality of being resonant
Used in print(Howard Nemerov, "Themes and Methods: The Early...)
The horrifying humor , the specifically sexual embarrassment of the joke gone_wrong , the monstrous image of the fat man dressed_up as a whore dressing_up as a baby ; the epiphany of that quivering flesh ; the bringing_together around it of the secret liaison between indolent , mindless sensuality and sharp , shrewd talent , cleverness with an occasional touch of genius ( which , however , does not know `` how to attack the problem of suffering '' ) ; the miraculous way in which music , revelation and death are associated in a single instant - all this seems a triumph of art , a rather desperate art , in itself ; beyond itself , also , it evokes numerous and distant resonances from the entire body of Mann 's work .