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The application of dynamic polarization to earth"s field nuclear resonance magnetometers

by Philip E. Burcher

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English

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    Statementby Philip E. Burcher and Raymond G. Landrum
    ContributionsLandrum, Raymond G., Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25129592M

    Quantum magnetometers are widely used in geophysical mineral and oil exploration, archeology, environmental surveys, ordnance and weapons detection (UXO) and other earth science applications. The purpose of this document is to give a brief technical overview of the types of quantum magnetometers available, their operating principles and some of the. Because of this, they could be only useful in environments with low field gradient variations. Proton precession magnetometers use the principle of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) for measuring the absolute value of the magnetic field. 1 1. P. Ripka, Magnetic Sensors and Magnetometer (Artech House Publication, ).

    Open Access Policy. Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike. Terms of use. Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike http. Notes on Dynamic Nuclear Polarization 1. Overhauser Effect The following simple derivation shows that the enhancement in a electron nuclear DNP experiment, Overhauser is (γ S/γ I)~ Energy levels and transitions of a model four level system Consider the Hamiltonian with electron and nuclear Zeeman terms and a hyperfine term of magnitude A.

    Researchers can use dynamic nuclear polarization to boost signal intensities in nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) experiments, a technique known as DNP-NMR.. NMR spectroscopy is an important technique for the determination of structures in material science and structural biology.   This invention relates to nuclear magnetometers for measuring weak magnetic fields particularly the earth's magnetic field based on dynamic polarization of nuclei and to a free radical substance for use therein.


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The application of dynamic polarization to earth"s field nuclear resonance magnetometers by Philip E. Burcher Download PDF EPUB FB2

The application of the Overhauser Effect, or Dynamic Polarization, to a nuclear resonance magnetometer offers ad- vantages in increased data rate and accuracy.

Such magnetometers have been limited by the short lifetime of the sample material. Three devices, in which dynamic polarization is used, are described. The application of dynamic polarization to earth's field. Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP) at High Magnetic Fields Thomas Prisner Goethe‐Universität Frankfurt, Institute for Physical und Theoretical Chemistry and Center for Biomolecular Magnetic Resonance, Max‐von‐Laue‐Str.

7, Frankfurt am Main, GermanyCited by: 1. The book is devoted to the description of the fundamentals of various radiospectroscopic methods in the area of magnetic resonance and their use for the investigation of molecular structure and dynamics and for some technical applications.

This book covers two. Dynamic nuclear polarization, or DNP, refers to the increase of the polarization of nuclear spins in condensed matter, liquid or solid, coupled with electronic spins at low relative concentration, by inducing radio or microwave transitions at frequencies close to the electronic resonance frequency in the external magnetic by: 1.

Dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) is a method that permits NMR signal intensities of solids and liquids to be enhanced significantly, and is therefore potentially an important tool in structural and mechanistic studies of biologically relevant molecules.

During a DNP experiment, the large polarization of an exogeneous or endogeneous unpaired electron is transferred to the nuclei of. Dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) is a widely used approach that allows polarization enhancement by orders of magnitude without an increase in the polarizing field strength.

In this work, the. Dynamic Nuclear Polarization and Potential Applications to Medicine Imaging Ryan Zielinski University of New Hampshire [email protected] May 9, Abstract Using Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP) it is possible to create a nuclear po-larization that is many orders of magnitude larger than the corresponding thermal equilibrium polarization.

“Applications of Dynamic Nuclear-Polarization in C NMR in Solids” R. Temkin, and R. Griffin,” High Field Dynamic Nuclear Polarization for Solid and Solution Biological NMR” Applied Magnetic Resona Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, 29, ().

The dipole field of its nuclear magnetization is sampled by four 19 F nuclear magnetic resonance sensors (figure not exactly to scale, capillaries and distances magnified by a factor 2 for. The application of the Overhauser Effect, or Dynamic Polarization, to a nuclear resonance magnetometer offers advantages in increased data rate and accuracy.

Such magnetometers have been limited by the short lifetime of the sample material. Three devices, in which dynamic polarization is used, are described. The low-field nuclear magnetic resonance signals of solvent protons, enhanced by dynamic polarization, have been measured using a new paramagnetic solution of 1,1,3,3-tetramethylisoindol-N-oxyl (TMIO) free radical in triethylene glycol dimethyl ether (triglyme).The signal characteristics are compared with those of our previous standard solution for Earth field magnetometers.

This is a dummy description. Description. Addresses Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP) as a technique for sensitivity-enhancement in solid-state NMR spectroscopy.

This comprehensive handbook is a compendium of the current state-of-the art of high field Dynamic Nuclear Polarization—from long-proven, early developments, up to today’s hot topics. Dynamic nuclear polarization at high magnetic fields Thorsten Maly,1 Galia T.

Debelouchina,1 Vikram S. Bajaj,1 Kan-Nian Hu,1 Chan-Gyu Joo,1 Melody L. Mak–Jurkauskas,2 Jagadishwar R. Sirigiri,3 Patrick C. van der Wel,1 Judith Herzfeld,2 Richard J.

Temkin,3 and Robert G. Griffin1,a 1Department of Chemistry and Francis Bitter Magnet Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The Overhauser effect (dynamic nuclear polarization) is a transfer of energy from large electron magnetic moments to protons in the same sample.

Electrons from free radicals in the sample are continuously excited by 60 MHz RF field. In this way, protons can be polarized easier than using DC magnetic field.

Dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) results from transferring spin polarization from electrons to nuclei, thereby aligning the nuclear spins to the extent that electron spins are aligned. Note that the alignment of electron spins at a given magnetic field and temperature is described by the Boltzmann distribution under the thermal equilibrium.

It is also possible that those electrons are aligned to a. The low-field nuclear magnetic resonance signals of solvent protons, enhanced by dynamic polarization, have been measured using a new paramagnetic solution of 1,1,3,3-tetramethylisoindol-N-oxyl (TMIO) free radical in triethylene glycol dimethyl ether (triglyme).

The signal characteristics are compared with those of our previous standard solution for Earth field magnetometers. Dynamic nuclear polarization in a magnetic resonance force microscope experiment Corinne E.

Isaac, 1Christine M. Gleave, Pamela T. Nasr,´ 1Hoang L. Nguyen, Elizabeth A. Curley,1 Jonilyn L. Yoder, 1,Eric W. Moore, yLei Chen,1, zand John A. Marohn1 1Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Ithaca, New YorkUSA (Dated: Septem ) We report achieving enhanced nuclear.

Based on the dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) effect, an alternative design of an Overhauser geomagnetic sensor is presented that enhances the proton polarization and increases the amplitude of the free induction decay (FID) signal.

In short, DNP uses microwave radiation to transfer polarization from stable radicals to NMR active nuclei in molecules of interest thereby increasing the number of polarized nuclear spins tremendously and large signal to noise ratios are observed.

Based on the dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) effect, an alternative design of an Overhauser geomagnetic sensor is presented that enhances the proton polarization and increases the amplitude of the free induction decay (FID) signal.

The short-pulse method is adopted to rotate the enhanced proton magnetization into the plane of precession to create an FID signal.Also known as Proton precession magnetometers, PPM’s, measure the resonance frequency of protons or hydrogen nuclei in the magnetic field to be measured.

As the precession frequency depends only on atomic constants and the strength of the ambient magnetic field, the accuracy of this type of magnetometer can reach 1 ppm.

Spin Dynamics: Basics of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Second Edition is a comprehensive and modern introduction which focuses on those essential principles and concepts needed for a thorough understanding of the subject, rather than the practical aspects.

The quantum theory of nuclear magnets is presented within a strong physical framework, supported by s: