We report measurements of the longitudinal NMR resonance in the A phase of liquid He3 on the melting curve below 2.7 mK, and show them to be consistent with that phase being the state proposed by Anderson and Brinkman. Strong field dependence of the B-liquid transverse NMR line shape, including the existence of a broad high-frequency tail, is presented and interpreted as domain effects in a Balian-Werthamer state. Absorption in the longitudinal mode in the B phase is also reported.
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- Physics and Astronomy(all)