Soonchil Lee

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Magnetic resonance (MR) microscopy of up to 1-5-microm resolutions have been reported previously. The tested phantom structures, however, had widths one order of magnitude bigger than the reported resolutions, e.g., spherical beads or capillary tubes of tens-of-micron diameters or wall thicknesses have been imaged. In this study, we fabricated structures(More)
We implemented the refined Deutsch-Jozsa algorithm on a three-bit nuclear magnetic resonance quantum computer. All of the balanced and constant functions were realized exactly. The results agree well with theoretical predictions and clearly distinguish the balanced functions from constant functions. Efficient refo-cusing schemes were proposed for the soft z(More)
Reversal of magnetization M by an electrical field E has been a long-sought phenomenon in materials science because of its potential for applications such as memory devices. However, the phenomenon has rarely been achieved and remains a considerable challenge. Here we report the large M reversal by E in a multiferroic Ba0.5Sr1.5Zn2(Fe0.92Al0.08)12O22(More)
Identifying the Bloch sphere with the Riemann sphere(the extended complex plane), we obtain relations between single qubit unitary operations and Mo¨bius transformations on the extended complex plane. In the past ten years, there has been a growing interest in the theory of quantum computation and quantum information. ð1Þ Due to the quantum parallelism,(More)
We present the spin dynamics of isolated donor electrons in phosphorus-doped silicon at low temperature and in a high magnetic field. We performed a steady-state electron spin resonance (ESR) on the sample with a dopant concentration of 6.5 × 10(16) cm(- 3) in a high field of 2.87 T (80 GHz) and at temperatures from 48 down to 1.8 K. As the temperature(More)
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is a fundamental research tool that is widely used in many fields. Despite its powerful applications, unfortunately the low sensitivity of conventional NMR makes it difficult to study thin film or nano-sized samples. In this work, we report the first NMR spectrum obtained from general thin films by using magnetic resonance(More)
The simultaneous occurrence of the structural and magnetic phase transitions observed in MnV2O4 is one clear example of strong interplay among the spin, orbital and lattice degrees of freedom. The structure of MnV2O4 is switched by the magnetic field and the linear magnetostriction is very high. The orbital order mediates the interaction between the spin(More)
We investigated the physical properties of Cr ions in half-metallic CrO(2) using 53Cr nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). The 53Cr NMR spectra showed two peaks with a similar intensity instead of the single peak anticipated from a uniform single valence Cr(+4). Both Cr peaks exhibited a strong anisotropy in the hyperfine field and similar values in the(More)
NMR can provide valuable information about thin films, but its relatively low sensitivity allows data acquisition only from bulk samples. The sensitivity problem is circumvented by detection schemes with higher sensitivity and/or enhanced polarization. In most of these ingenious techniques, electrons play a central role through hyperfine interactions with(More)