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Default Room temperature hyperpolarization of nuclear spins in bulk

From The DNP-NMR Blog:

Room temperature hyperpolarization of nuclear spins in bulk

Tateishi, K., et al., Room temperature hyperpolarization of nuclear spins in bulk. Proc. Nat. Aca. Sci. USA, 2014. 111(21): p. 7527-7530.

http://www.pnas.org/content/111/21/7527.abstract


Dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP), a means of transferring spin polarization from electrons to nuclei, can enhance the nuclear spin polarization (hence the NMR sensitivity) in bulk materials at most 660 times for 1H spins, using electron spins in thermal equilibrium as polarizing agents. By using electron spins in photo-excited triplet states instead, DNP can overcome the above limit. We demonstrate a 1H spin polarization of 34%, which gives an enhancement factor of 250,000 in 0.40 T, while maintaining a bulk sample (~0.6 mg, ~0.7 ◊ 0.7 ◊ 1 mm3) containing >1019 1H spins at room temperature. Room temperature hyperpolarization achieved with DNP using photo-excited triplet electrons has potentials to be applied to a wide range of fields, including NMR spectroscopy and MRI as well as fundamental physics.


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