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when we assume a obejct with increasing dynamics with increasing temperature, the longitudinal relaxation timeT1 should decrease. Since we have, lets say at a frequency 100 MHz , more fluctuations of B_{0}.

Ok, then the transversal relaxation time T2 mustincreasewith increasing temperature, right? Because T2 depends on the spectral density at j(0) (zero frequency). so when there is a increasing dynamic, the zero-frequency-motion-ometer (=T2) must decrease. Is it right?

I know there is also a j(100MHz) contribution within T2, but lets assume thats negligible.

Thanks a lot, sorry for bad english!

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# Temperature dependence of relaxation time T1 vs T2

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