Development of Earth’s Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (EFNMR) Technique for Applications in Security Scanning Devices

Erdem Balc, Bulat Rameev, Hakk Acar1, Georgy V. Mozzhukhin, Bekir Aktas, Bektas C Olak, Pavel A. Kupriyanov, Alexander V. Ievlev, Yury S. Chernyshev, Vladimir I. Chizhik

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In this work Earth’s field nuclear magnetic resonance (EFNMR) tech-nique for applications in security scanning devices has been presented. The EFNMR setup has been build based on Magritek low-frequency (0–1 MHz) KEA-2NMR console. Excepting the NMR console, all components are home-made units, which are a first-order gradiometer RF probe, pre-polarization system, magnetic field shimming system, RF shielding box and passive filters. Our measurements have shown that even in very noisy lab conditions the EFNMR signals of small amounts (*5 ml) of liquid samples could be measured. EFNMR measurements of various liquids have been performed and their spin–lattice T1 and spin–spin T2 relaxation constants have been obtained. A possibility to detect, at the same time, both fluorine and proton resonance has been shown by EFNMR measurements of trifluoroacetic acid. A good spectral resolution of EFNMR setup has been demonstrated by the spectroscopic measurements of heteronuclear J-coupli
Язык оригиналаанглийский
Страницы (с-по)87-99
ЖурналApplied Magnetic Resonance
Том47
Номер выпуска1
СостояниеОпубликовано - 2016
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scanners
nuclear magnetic resonance
consoles
proton resonance
gradiometers
liquids
spectral resolution
shielding
fluorine
boxes
low frequencies
filters
acids
probes
polarization
magnetic fields

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Development of Earth’s Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (EFNMR) Technique for Applications in Security Scanning Devices. / Balc, Erdem; Rameev, Bulat; Acar1, Hakk; Mozzhukhin, Georgy V.; Aktas, Bekir; Olak, Bektas C; Kupriyanov, Pavel A.; Ievlev, Alexander V.; Chernyshev, Yury S.; Chizhik, Vladimir I.

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Результат исследований: Научные публикации в периодических изданияхстатья

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