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L. Ramu, K. P. Ramesh, D. Ramananda and R. Chandramani Temperature- and pressure-dependent study of 35Cl NQR frequency and spin lattice relaxation time in 2,3-dichloroanisole Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry 48

Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/mrc.2627

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Application of high pressure on solids has both static and dynamic effects. NQR frequency is a good indicator of both these effects exhibiting a non-linear pressure dependence. NQR relaxation effects have been observed due to torsional motion of the molecule along with the the reorientation of the adjacent symmetric mobile group like CH3

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