Ultrasensitive Pulsed Nuclear Spin Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer Employing Optical Detection of Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers in Diamond
Technical Report,01 May 2016,30 Apr 2018
Ohio State University Columbus United States
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The primary goal of the project is the design, acquisition, and installation of a nitrogen-vacancy NV defect based scanned probe magnetic resonance instrument. The purpose of the scanned-NV probe is to aid in ultra-sensitive and spatially resolved detection of magnetic resonance. This scanned probe NV capability will allow quantitative and non-invasive measurement and mapping of local magnetic parameters magnetization, anisotropy, resonant linewidth, and will aid in a more detailed understanding of the NV-ferromagnet coupling interaction central to our proposed approach to biomolecular imaging by means of ferromagnetic amplification.
- Nuclear Physics and Elementary Particle Physics
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods