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Robert M. Cotts

1957-1996 Physics Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Applications of nuclear magnetic resonance in condensed matter physics
"Robert Milo Cotts"

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Walter David Knight grad student 1954 UC Berkeley
 (The Nuclear Resonance of Nb93: A Study of the Properties of KNbO3)


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David J. Pine grad student 1982 Cornell
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Adolphi NL, Balbach JJ, Conradi MS, et al. (1996) Deuterium site occupancy in YDx by magic-angle-spinning NMR. Physical Review. B, Condensed Matter. 53: 15054-15062
McDowell AF, Cotts RM. (1995) Hydrogen concentration dependence in the 1H spin-lattice relaxation due to motion in amorphous Ni0.33Zr0.67Hx Solid State Communications. 94: 529-532
McDowell AF, Cotts RM. (1994) NMR Relaxation in the Amorphous Ni0.33Zr0.67Hx System Zeitschrift Fur Physikalische Chemie. 183: 65-72
Miyajima S, McDowell AF, Cotts RM. (1993) Pulsed-field-gradient stimulated-spin-echo NMR study of anisotropic self-diffusion in smectic Ad liquid crystal CBOOA Chemical Physics Letters. 212: 277-282
McDowell AF, Mauger PE, Cotts RM. (1991) Hydrogen diffusion in Nb1-y Vy alloys Journal of the Less-Common Metals. 172: 624-630
Cotts RM. (1991) Would hydrogen pairing at high temperatures account for nuclear magnetic resonance relaxation anomalies in metal hydrides? Journal of the Less-Common Metals. 172: 467-474
Cotts RM. (1991) Diffusion and diffraction Nature. 351: 443-444
Han JW, Lichty LR, Torgeson DR, et al. (1989) Anomalous proton spin-lattice relaxation at high temperatures in bcc transition-metalhydrogen solid-solution systems Physical Review B. 40: 9025-9034
Sevilla EH, Cotts RM. (1988) Hydrogen diffusion in bcc TiHx and Ti1-yVyHx Physical Review B. 37: 6813-6820
Markert JT, Cotts EJ, Cotts RM. (1988) Hydrogen diffusion in the metallic glass a-Zr3RhH3.5 Physical Review B. 37: 6446-6452
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