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What i knew is that the NMR signal depends on the static magnetic field strength $ B_0 $ (by Boltzmann equation) and its gyromagnetic factor. While the NMR occurs when the RF pulse frequency match the equation: $$ \nu = \frac{g}{h}\mu_{n}B_{0} $$ but, what about its amplitude? Does the amplitude of the RF pulse affects the NMR signal? For example, affects its signal strength?

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