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Subject: Correction Notice 2; regarding ''proton popping''
Date Posted: 05/15/2003
Title: Spin Wave Technology Initial Release
ISBN: 097166160X and 0971661618
Publisher: Vasant Corporation
Author: George J. Bugh
Chapter 36, page 202, regarding the information about ''proton popping'' using a highly negative electrostatic field during proton spin flips: The creation of +copper ions does not make the protons susceptible to nuclear magnetic resonance. The +ions are formed in the process of applying a high -e electrostatic field; however, the naturally abundant forms of copper as isotopes Cu-63 and Cu-65 in copper samples are already susceptible to nuclear magnetic resonance techniques to initiate proton spin flips in external magnetic fields. This will be clarified in future editions.