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Which also indicates how the strength of the spurious responses decay as the amplitude of the switchingterm from which they stem decreases with frequency. It is therefore necessary, if these spurious responses are not to contribute additional noise, to ensure that the band-pass of the narrow-band amplifier is narrow enough to exclude them. Therefore, according to the above argument, the response of the narrow-band amplifier should not range beyond values between (tlf) 1 and 3fm- (tlf) 1. It is possible that spurious responses may be obtained at the even harmonics of the modulating frequency, since their absence is due to the switching series having no even order terms.

The in-phase component of susceptibility x' produces a voltage that leads the current, and the quadrature component x" a voltage in antiphase with the current. The effect of x' is to introduce a further effective inductance into the coil, and that of x" to introduce a negative resistance. The corresponding values, oR and oX, are. given in Figs. 10(e) and (f) for comparison with values of x" and x' . Because x" is always negative, oR is positive and behaves as a normal resistance. Thus the effect of power absorption is as if a small resistance had been inserted into the coil, whilst an additional reactive effect, known as dispersion, is introduced and shown to result in a small change in the inductance of the coil.

At the moment when the angle is reduced to zero there would be no torque between the spin system and the rotating field, and therefore no transfer of energy. The angle between the precessing magnetization and the steady field would then remain constant. Subsequently, the magnetization would overtake the rotating field and then the torque would be against the motion of magnetization. Energy would then be transferred Development of a Basic Spectrometer 37 back to the rotating field, and the angle between the magnetization and the steady field would subside back towards zero.

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