Magnetic Resonance and Its Applications

  • Vladimir I. Chizhik
  • Yuri S. Chernyshev
  • Alexey V. Donets
  • Vyacheslav V. Frolov
  • Andrei V. Komolkin
  • Marina G. Shelyapina

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xx
  2. Vladimir I. Chizhik, Yuri S. Chernyshev, Alexey V. Donets, Vyacheslav V. Frolov, Andrei V. Komolkin, Marina G. Shelyapina
    Pages 1-89
  3. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 91-91
    2. Vladimir I. Chizhik, Yuri S. Chernyshev, Alexey V. Donets, Vyacheslav V. Frolov, Andrei V. Komolkin, Marina G. Shelyapina
      Pages 93-162
    3. Vladimir I. Chizhik, Yuri S. Chernyshev, Alexey V. Donets, Vyacheslav V. Frolov, Andrei V. Komolkin, Marina G. Shelyapina
      Pages 163-224
    4. Vladimir I. Chizhik, Yuri S. Chernyshev, Alexey V. Donets, Vyacheslav V. Frolov, Andrei V. Komolkin, Marina G. Shelyapina
      Pages 225-272
    5. Vladimir I. Chizhik, Yuri S. Chernyshev, Alexey V. Donets, Vyacheslav V. Frolov, Andrei V. Komolkin, Marina G. Shelyapina
      Pages 273-346
    6. Vladimir I. Chizhik, Yuri S. Chernyshev, Alexey V. Donets, Vyacheslav V. Frolov, Andrei V. Komolkin, Marina G. Shelyapina
      Pages 347-361
    7. Vladimir I. Chizhik, Yuri S. Chernyshev, Alexey V. Donets, Vyacheslav V. Frolov, Andrei V. Komolkin, Marina G. Shelyapina
      Pages 363-412
  4. Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance (NQR)

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 413-413
    2. Vladimir I. Chizhik, Yuri S. Chernyshev, Alexey V. Donets, Vyacheslav V. Frolov, Andrei V. Komolkin, Marina G. Shelyapina
      Pages 415-479
    3. Vladimir I. Chizhik, Yuri S. Chernyshev, Alexey V. Donets, Vyacheslav V. Frolov, Andrei V. Komolkin, Marina G. Shelyapina
      Pages 481-522
  5. Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR)

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 523-523
    2. Vladimir I. Chizhik, Yuri S. Chernyshev, Alexey V. Donets, Vyacheslav V. Frolov, Andrei V. Komolkin, Marina G. Shelyapina
      Pages 525-554
    3. Vladimir I. Chizhik, Yuri S. Chernyshev, Alexey V. Donets, Vyacheslav V. Frolov, Andrei V. Komolkin, Marina G. Shelyapina
      Pages 555-577
    4. Vladimir I. Chizhik, Yuri S. Chernyshev, Alexey V. Donets, Vyacheslav V. Frolov, Andrei V. Komolkin, Marina G. Shelyapina
      Pages 579-595
    5. Vladimir I. Chizhik, Yuri S. Chernyshev, Alexey V. Donets, Vyacheslav V. Frolov, Andrei V. Komolkin, Marina G. Shelyapina
      Pages 597-622
    6. Vladimir I. Chizhik, Yuri S. Chernyshev, Alexey V. Donets, Vyacheslav V. Frolov, Andrei V. Komolkin, Marina G. Shelyapina
      Pages 623-633
  6. Double Resonances and Polarization Transfer

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 635-635
    2. Vladimir I. Chizhik, Yuri S. Chernyshev, Alexey V. Donets, Vyacheslav V. Frolov, Andrei V. Komolkin, Marina G. Shelyapina
      Pages 637-656

About this book

Introduction

The book is devoted to the description of the fundamentals of various radiospectroscopic methods in the area of magnetic resonance and their use for the investigation of molecular structure and dynamics and for some technical applications. This book covers two domains: radiospectroscopy and quantum radioelectronics.

Radiospectroscopy comprises nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR), nuclear quadrupolar resonance (NQR), and some other phenomena. The radiospectroscopic methods are widely used for obtaining the information on internal (micro and macro) structure of objects investigated. There are no direct analogues of magnetic relaxation processes among the physical phenomena that define spectra in infrared, visible and higher frequency spectroscopy. Relaxation parameters are directly related to molecular mobility and thus represent an unique source of information on velocity and types of thermal motion. One of the most spectacular developments is the concept of double (multi) resonances (NMR–ESR, NMR–NQR, NMR–NMR and so on).

            Quantum radioelectronics, which was developed on the basis of radiospectroscopic methods, deals with processes in quantum amplifiers, generators and magnetometers. These devices possess record-breaking characteristics: quantum generators demonstrate the highest frequency stability; quantum amplifiers possess the lowest level of set noise; quantum magnetometers are very fruitful tool for measuring weak magnetic fields (such as the Earth field).

            The introductory chapter provides the necessary underpinning knowledge for newcomers to the methods. The exposition of theoretical materials goes from initial to final formulas through detailed intermediate expressions.

Keywords

double resonances electron paramagnetic resonance nuclear magnetic resonance nuclear quadrupolar resonance quantum amplifiers, generators and magnetometers

Authors and affiliations

  • Vladimir I. Chizhik
    • 1
  • Yuri S. Chernyshev
    • 2
  • Alexey V. Donets
    • 3
  • Vyacheslav V. Frolov
    • 4
  • Andrei V. Komolkin
    • 5
  • Marina G. Shelyapina
    • 6
  1. 1.Saint-Petersburg State UniversityPeterhofRussia
  2. 2.Saint-Petersburg State UniversityPeterhofRussia
  3. 3.Saint-Petersburg State UniversityPeterhofRussia
  4. 4.Saint-Petersburg State UniversityPeterhofRussia
  5. 5.Saint-Petersburg State UniversityPeterhofRussia
  6. 6.Saint-Petersburg State UniversityPeterhofRussia

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-05299-1
  • Copyright Information Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014
  • Publisher Name Springer, Cham
  • eBook Packages Biomedical and Life Sciences
  • Print ISBN 978-3-319-05298-4
  • Online ISBN 978-3-319-05299-1
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