Force-detected nuclear magnetic resonance

Poggio, Martino and Herzog, Benedikt E.. (2018) Force-detected nuclear magnetic resonance. In: Micro and Nano Scale NMR: Technologies and Systems. Weinheim, Germany, pp. 381-420.

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The drive to improve the sensitivity of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to smaller and smaller sample volumes has led to the development of a variety of techniques distinct from conventional inductive detection. In this chapter, we focus on the technique of force-detected NMR as one of the most successful in yielding sensitivity improvements. We review the rationale for the technique, its basic principles, and give a brief history of its most important results. We then cover in greater detail its application in the first demonstration of three-dimensional (3D) nuclear magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with nanometer-scale resolution. Next we present recent developments and likely paths for improvement. Finally, the technique and its potential are discussed in the context of competing and complementary technologies.
Faculties and Departments:05 Faculty of Science > Departement Physik > Physik > Nanotechnologie Argovia (Poggio)
UniBasel Contributors:Poggio, Martino and Herzog, Benedikt
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Book Section Subtype:Further Contribution in a Book
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