Low temperature probe for dynamic nuclear polarization and multiple-pulse solid-state NMR
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- Low temperature probe for dynamic nuclear polarization and multiple-pulse solid-state NMR
- Cho, Hyungjoon; Baugh, Jonathan; Ryan, Colm A.; Cory, David G.; Ramanathan, Chandrasekhar
- Coherent averaging; Dynamic nuclear polarization; Low temperature NMR; Multiple-pulse NMR
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- ACADEMIC PRESS INC ELSEVIER SCIENCE
- JOURNAL OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE, v.187, no.2, pp.242 - 250
- experiments, which is compatible with demanding multiple-pulse experiments. The competing goals of a high-Q microwave cavity to achieve large DNP enhancements and a high efficiency NMR circuit for multiple-pulse control lead to inevitable engineering tradeoffs. We have designed two probes-one with a single-resonance RF circuit and a horn-mirror cavity configuration for the microwaves and a second with a double-resonance RF circuit and a double-horn cavity configuration. The advantage of the design is that the sample is in vacuum, the RF circuits are locally tuned, and the microwave resonator has a large internal volume that is compatible with the use of RF and gradient coils.
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