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VOLUME 24 (1976) | ISSUE 3 | PAGE 138
Proton relaxation in a solid solution of sodium in ammonia
A deep minimum of the time of the NMR of the ammonia protons was observed in the dielectric region (near 150°K) of an electrically-conducting sodium-ammonia solution. Numerical estimates of T{ and of the activation energy have confirmed the model wherein metallic sodium (in the form of a spiderweb) is present in the conducting region and the dissociation of the sodium atoms near 15.