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  • Publications | Pines Lab
    All Filters 2013 Colell J Turschmann P Gloggler S Schleker P Theis T Ledbetter M Budker D Pines A Blumich B Appelt S 2013 Fundamental Aspects of Parahydrogen Enhanced Low Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Physical Review Letters 110 13 Google

    Original URL path: https://pines.berkeley.edu/publications.html?f[author]=24 (2015-04-18)
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  • Publications | Pines Lab
    All Filters 2013 Colell J Turschmann P Gloggler S Schleker P Theis T Ledbetter M Budker D Pines A Blumich B Appelt S 2013 Fundamental Aspects of Parahydrogen Enhanced Low Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Physical Review Letters 110 13 Google

    Original URL path: https://pines.berkeley.edu/publications.html?f[author]=25 (2015-04-18)
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  • Publications | Pines Lab
    All Filters 2013 Colell J Turschmann P Gloggler S Schleker P Theis T Ledbetter M Budker D Pines A Blumich B Appelt S 2013 Fundamental Aspects of Parahydrogen Enhanced Low Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Physical Review Letters 110 13 Google

    Original URL path: https://pines.berkeley.edu/publications.html?f[author]=26 (2015-04-18)
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  • Publications | Pines Lab
    All Filters 2013 Colell J Turschmann P Gloggler S Schleker P Theis T Ledbetter M Budker D Pines A Blumich B Appelt S 2013 Fundamental Aspects of Parahydrogen Enhanced Low Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Physical Review Letters 110 13 Google

    Original URL path: https://pines.berkeley.edu/publications.html?f[author]=27 (2015-04-18)
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  • Publications | Pines Lab
    S Schleker P Theis T Ledbetter M Budker D Pines A Blumich B Appelt S 2013 Fundamental Aspects of Parahydrogen Enhanced Low Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Physical Review Letters 110 13 Google Scholar BibTex Tagged PDF 2011 Michalak D J Xu S J Lowery T J Crawford C W Ledbetter M Bouchard L S Wemmer D E Budker D Pines A 2011 Relaxivity of Gadolinium Complexes Detected by Atomic Magnetometry

    Original URL path: https://pines.berkeley.edu/publications.html?f[author]=29 (2015-04-18)
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  • Publications | Pines Lab
    M P Theis T Blanchard J W Ring H Ganssle P Appelt S Blumich B Pines A Budker D 2011 Near Zero Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Physical Review Letters 107 10 Google Scholar BibTex Tagged PDF 2008 Paulsen J L Bouchard L S Graziani D Blumich B Pines A 2008 Volume selective magnetic resonance imaging using an adjustable single sided portable sensor Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of

    Original URL path: https://pines.berkeley.edu/publications.html?f[author]=31 (2015-04-18)
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  • Publications | Pines Lab
    Budker D 2011 Near Zero Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Physical Review Letters 107 10 Google Scholar BibTex Tagged PDF 1997 Room T Appelt S Seydoux R Hahn E L Pines A 1997 Enhancement of surface NMR by laser polarized noble gases Physical Review B 55 17 11604 11610 Google Scholar BibTex Tagged PDF TonThat D M Ziegeweid M Song Y Q Munson E J Appelt S Pines A Clarke J

    Original URL path: https://pines.berkeley.edu/publications.html?f[author]=32 (2015-04-18)
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  • Fundamental Aspects of Parahydrogen Enhanced Low-Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance | Pines Lab
    Mar 26 ISBN Number 0031 9007 Accession Number WOS 000316685100032 Keywords exchange Abstract We report new phenomena in low field H 1 nuclear magnetic resonance NMR spectroscopy using parahydrogen induced polarization PHIP enabling determination of chemical shift differences delta nu and the scalar coupling constant J NMR experiments performed with thermal polarization in millitesla magnetic fields do not allow the determination of scalar coupling constants for homonuclear coupled spins in the inverse weak coupling regime delta nu J We show here that low field PHIP experiments in the inverse weak coupling regime enable the precise determination of delta nu and J Furthermore we experimentally prove that observed splittings are related to delta nu in a nonlinear way Naturally abundant C 13 and Si 29 isotopes lead to heteronuclear J coupled H 1 multiplet lines with amplitudes significantly enhanced compared to the amplitudes for thermally prepolarized spins PHIP enhanced NMR in the millitesla regime allows us to measure characteristic NMR parameters in a single scan using samples containing rare spins in natural abundance DOI 10 1103 PhysRevLett 110 137602 URL Go to ISI WOS 000316685100032 DOI 10 1103 Physrevlett 110 137602 Short Title Fundamental Aspects of Parahydrogen Enhanced Low Field Nuclear

    Original URL path: https://pines.berkeley.edu/publications/fundamental-aspects-parahydrogen-enhanced-low-field-nuclear-magnetic-resonance (2015-04-18)
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