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Time-resolved, optically detected NMR of fluids at high magnetic field

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We report on the use of optical Faraday rotation to monitor the nuclear-spin signal in a set of model $^{19}$F- and $^1$H-rich fluids. Our approach integrates optical detection with high-field, pulsed NMR so as to record the time-resolved evolution of nuclear-spins after rf excitation. Comparison of chemical-shift-resolved resonances allows us to set order-of-magnitude constrains on the relative amplitudes of hyperfine coupling constants for different bonding geometries. When evaluated against coil induction, the present detection modality suffers from poorer sensitivity, but improvement could be attained via multipass schemes. Because illumination is off-resonant i.e., the medium is optically transparent, this methodology could find extensions in a broad class of fluids and soft condensed matter systems.
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cea-00854029 , version 1 (24-09-2019)

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Daniela Pagliero, Wei Dong, Dimitris Sakellariou, Carlos A. Meriles. Time-resolved, optically detected NMR of fluids at high magnetic field. Journal of Chemical Physics, 2010, 133, pp.154505. ⟨10.1063/1.3502484⟩. ⟨cea-00854029⟩
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