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  • Optical pumping of Si nuclear spins in bulk silicon at high

    Optical pumping of 29Si nuclear spins in bulk silicon at high magnetic field and liquid helium temperature Anne S. Verhulst,* Ileana G. Rau, and Yoshihisa Yamamoto† Quantum Entanglement Project, ICORP, JST, E.L. Ginzton Laboratory, Stanford University

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  • Effective collinear optical pumping for nuclear spin

    Sung Jong Park,* Taeksu Shin, Ju Hahn Lee, Gi Dong Kim, and Yong Kyun Kim. The Rare Isotope Science Project, Institute f Sad Idlahcen,1 Claude Roz,1 David Sedarsky,2 and OCIS codes: (170.6920) Time-resolved imaging; (190.3270) Kerr effect

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  • OPTICAL PUMPING OF RUBIDIUM VAPOR Introduction A simple example of optical pumping

    Optical Pumping 5 where Ehf = A(I +1=2) is the zero-magnetic field hyperfine splitting and we have ignored a small effect due to nuclear magnetic moment, see Ref. 2. The hyperfine energy splitting at zero magnetic field is Ehf = 3036 MHz for 85Rb and Ehf = 6835

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  • (PDF) Optical Pumping of the Electronic and Nuclear Spin

    Academia.edu is a platform for academics to share research papers. Optical pumping of electronic and nuclear spin in single charge-tunable quantum dots. A. S. Bracker1, E. A. Stinaff1, D. Gammon1, M. E. Ware1, J. G. Tischler1, A

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  • Optical pumping of Rubidium

    Optical pumping is a process used in high frequency spectroscopy which was developed by A. Kastler. nuclear spin I, leads to the splitting of the ground state and the excited states. The additional coupling provides hyperfine levels with a total angular87

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  • OPTICAL PUMPING

    5-3 Determination of Hyperfine Constants, g-Factors, and Nuclear Spins by Optical Pumping 26 6 Electric Interactions: Nuclear Electric Quadrupole and Stark Splitting 29 6-1 Nuclear Electric Quadrupole Coupling Constants 29 6-2 Electric Field Gradients in 6-3

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  • Optical Pumping in Solid State Nuclear Magnetic

    1/8/1996An important current trend in solid state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is the growing exploitation of optical pumping of nuclear spin polarizations as a means of enhancing and localizing NMR signals. Recent work has been concentrated in two areas, namely

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    Hyperpolarization via optical pumping/dynamic nuclear polarization should function at arbitrary magnetic fields enabling orders of magnitude sensitivity enhancement for nuclear magnetic resonance of solids and liquids under ambient conditions. Introduction and

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  • Optical Pumping of Rubidium Vapor

    Optical Pumping of Rubidium Vapor Emily P. Wang MIT Department of Physics The technique of optical pumping is used to measure how the characteristic pumping time τ of Rb varies according to the temperature and intensity of the beam of irradiating photons.

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  • Determining g

    Determining g-factors in Rubidium-85 and Rubidium-87 using optical pumping Will Weigand, 1Adam Egbert, and Hannah Sadler University of San Diego (Dated: 25 September 2015) In this paper we quantify the Zeeman e ect in rubidium. We nd the g-factor for Rb-85

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  • NUCLEAR SPIN DETECTION AND OPTICAL PUMPING IN A

    NUCLEAR SPIN DETECTION AND OPTICAL PUMPING IN SEMICONDUCTOR QUANTUM DOTS A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS AND THE COMMITTEE ON GRADUATE STUDIES OF STANFORD UNIVERSITY IN PARTIAL

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  • Optical pumping of quantum dot nuclear spins : A.

    An all-optical scheme to polarize nuclear spins in a single quantum dot is analyzed. The hyperfine interaction with randomly oriented nuclear spins presents a

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  • Optical Pumping

    Optical Pumping Optical pumping uses light to affect the internal degrees of freedom of a sample of atoms in a vapor. (EPR), fine structure splittings, nuclear moments, the isotopic composition of rubidium, and the investigation of resonance line shapes and

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  • Nuclear spin cooling by helicity

    Nuclear spin cooling by helicity-alternated optical pumping at weak magnetic fields in n-GaAs P. S. Sokolov,1, 2 M. Yu. Petrov,2 K. V. Kavokin,2,

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  • Optical Pumping

    Its nuclear properties are dif-ferent from Hydrogen, however, and this will give it a different energy-level like the optical-pumping apparatus in this lab, additional structure will show up that the spinless model cannot account for. There are many corrections but

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  • Optical

    The technique of optical pumping has been used to determine the nuclear magnetic dipole moment of spin-32, 4-h Hg193, and the spin-132 isomers, 10-h Hg193m, 40-h Hg195m, and 24-h Hg197m. Nuclear magnetic resonance was observed following orientation of

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  • Effective collinear optical pumping for nuclear spin

    By numerically solving the density matrix equations, we show that the laser frequency ramping method by means of position-dependent Zeeman splitting can efficiently polarize nuclear spin of atoms/ions in an accelerator beamline. This minimizes a quantum

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  • Optical

    The technique of optical pumping has been used to determine the nuclear magnetic dipole moment of spin-32, 4-h Hg193, and the spin-132 isomers, 10-h Hg193m, 40-h Hg195m, and 24-h Hg197m. Nuclear magnetic resonance was observed following orientation of

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  • Optical Pumping in Solid State Nuclear Magnetic

    An important current trend in solid state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is the growing exploitation of optical pumping of nuclear spin polarizations as a means of enhancing and localizing NMR signals. Recent work has been concentrated in two areas, namely

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  • Overview ‹ Shaped Ultrafast Pulse Optical Pumping of

    Near-unity polarization of nuclear systems in atoms has been demonstrated via optical pumping. This relies on pumping specific absorption lines of atoms. Molecules are required to provide enough qubits for computations. Molecular absorption spectra are much

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  • Optical pumping and xenon NMR (Thesis/Dissertation)

    @article{osti_10138720, title = {Optical pumping and xenon NMR}, author = {Raftery, M. Daniel}, abstractNote = {Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy of xenon has become an important tool for investigating a wide variety of materials

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  • Optical Pumping

    Anne Ziegler, Andr Constantinesco, in Methods in Enzymology, 2004 Laser-Polarized 129 Xe NMR Specificities The optical pumping process gives a nuclear polarization far above the polarization at thermal equilibrium. During the NMR experiments, each RF

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  • Transverse optical pumping of spin states

    19/6/2019The ability to orient atomic spins via optical pumping has important implications for the fields of quantum information and metrology, and while polarization typically occurs parallel to the optical axis, it is often desirable to orient spins along a transverse magnetic f

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  • Optical pumping of Rubidium

    Optical pumping is a process used in high frequency spectroscopy which was developed by A. Kastler. nuclear spin I, leads to the splitting of the ground state and the excited states. The additional coupling provides hyperfine levels with a total angular87

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  • Dynamics of frequency

    12/2/2019We articulate theory and experimental observations to understand the dynamic polarization of 13C spins in nitrogen vacancy (NV)-hosting diamond particles. The explored powder geometry is ideally suited to hyperpolarize fluids, as its inherently large surface-to

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  • Dynamics of frequency

    We articulate theory and experimental observations to understand the dynamic polarization of 13C spins in nitrogen vacancy (NV)-hosting diamond particles. The explored powder geometry is ideally suited to hyperpolarize fluids, as its inherently large surface-to

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