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Measurement of translational displacement probabilities by NMR: An indicator of compartmentation
- D. Cory
- BiologyMagnetic resonance in medicine
- 1 June 1990
An NMR pulsed gradient stimulated echo method of directly obtaining the molecular translational displacement probability (displacement profile) of a liquid is introduced and demonstrated.
Ensemble quantum computing by NMR spectroscopy
A new computational model is presented, which differs from a QC only in that the result of a measurement is the expectation value of the observable, rather than a random eigenvalue thereof, which can solve nondeterministic polynomial-time complete problems inPolynomial time.
Tat peptide-derivatized magnetic nanoparticles allow in vivo tracking and recovery of progenitor cells
A cell labeling approach using short HIV-Tat peptides to derivatize superparamagnetic nanoparticles is developed, which efficiently internalized into hematopoietic and neural progenitor cells in quantities up to 10–30 pg of super paramagnetic iron per cell.
Noise spectroscopy through dynamical decoupling with a superconducting flux qubit
Quantum coherence in natural and artificial spin systems is fundamental to applications ranging from quantum information science to magnetic-resonance imaging and identification. Several multipulse…
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy: an experimentally accessible paradigm for quantum computing
Implementation of the quantum Fourier transform.
The experimental implementation of the QFT on a periodic state is presented along with a quantitative measure of its efficiency measured through state tomography, a clear demonstration of the ability of NMR to control quantum systems.
Water diffusion, T2, and compartmentation in frog sciatic nerve
A potential relationship between structural compartments in neural tissue and NMR parameters may increase the specificity of MRI in diagnosing diseases. Nevertheless, our understanding of MR of…
Evolution of interlayer and intralayer magnetism in three atomically thin chromium trihalides
- Hyun Ho Kim, Bowen Yang, A. W. Tsen
- PhysicsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 4 March 2019
The results elucidate both the interlayer coupling and intralayer spin Hamiltonian for all three materials, and further demonstrate that ferromagnetism can be stabilized in monolayer CrBr3 and bilayer CrCl3 without strong anisotropy.
Robust decoupling techniques to extend quantum coherence in diamond.
It is experimentally demonstrate over 2 orders of magnitude increase in the room-temperature coherence time of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond by implementing decoupling techniques and shows the experimental importance of using pulse sequences that compensate the imperfections of individual pulses for all input states through judicious choice of the phase of the pulses.