Laboratoire Structure et Dynamique par Résonance Magnétique (LSDRM) - Projets

A very large cavity magnetic resonance spectrometer for innovative concepts and applications
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance is a powerful analytical tool that allows a wide variety of studies of matter, in all its forms. It involves very low energies and combines multi-scale properties for atomic and molecular analysis as well as macroscopic analysis of deep tissues. It suffers mainly from two ... Lire la suite »
ANR-12-BSV5-0003, coordination and contact Patrick Berthault - LSDRM. This ambitious project aims at proposing the combined use of hyperpolarized 129Xe NMR, micro-fluidics and micro-coils as an ultra sensitive biosensing tool for diagnosis purposes. Objectives and means The final objective ... Lire la suite »
ANR-FWF Project: NMR Investigation of MAGnetization-Induced Non-linear Effects
Globally large efforts are dedicated to improve the sensitivity of NMR mainly via two complementary approaches: (i) increasing nuclear polarization by ever-increasing magnetic fields or more efficiently by exploiting transiently polarized species (ii) improving the detection, in particular ... Lire la suite »


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