Low magnetic dynamic nuclear polarization using a single-coil two-channel probe

TonThat, Dinh M.; Augustine, Matthew P.; Pines, Alexander; Clarke, John
March 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar97, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p1527
Academic Journal
Describes the design and construction of a single-coil, two-channel probe for the detection of low-field magnetic resonance using dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP). Tuning of the probe's high-frequency channel to the electron Larmor frequency; Measurement of the DNP of protons in a manganese (II) chloride solution; Enhancement of signal amplitude.


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