High-resolution magnetic resonance spectroscopy using a solid-state spin sensor

@article{Glenn2018HighresolutionMR,
  title={High-resolution magnetic resonance spectroscopy using a solid-state spin sensor},
  author={David R. Glenn and Dominik Benjamin Bucher and Junghyun Lee and Mikhail D. Lukin and Hongkun Park and Ronald L. Walsworth},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2018},
  volume={555},
  pages={351-354}
}
Quantum systems that consist of solid-state electronic spins can be sensitive detectors of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) signals, particularly from very small samples. For example, nitrogen–vacancy centres in diamond have been used to record NMR signals from nanometre-scale samples, with sensitivity sufficient to detect the magnetic field produced by a single protein. However, the best reported spectral resolution for NMR of molecules using nitrogen–vacancy centres is about 100 hertz. This… 
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