Overhauser

O·ver·hau·ser

(ō'ver-how'ser),
Albert W., 20th-century U.S. physicist. See: nuclear Overhauser effect.
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Vacuforce hired attorney Paul Overhauser to defend it.
By the mid-1970s, a few years after the publication of Greenberger's article, using a neutron interferometer, Collela, Overhauser, and Werner [7] analyzed the quantum mechanical shift of the neutrons caused by the interaction with Earth's gravitational field.
Yokoyama et al., "Magnetic survey of archaeological kiln sites with Overhauser magnetometer: A case study of buried Sue ware kilns in Japan," Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, vol.
For the urine, a 1D NOESY (Nuclear Overhauser Effect Spectroscopy) pulse sequence was used to remove the water resonance.
[sup.1]H-[sup.1]H Nuclear Overhauser Effect Spectroscopy (NOESY) NMR Spectroscopy.
The site is also equipped with nonmagnetic pillars for obtaining "absolute" magnetic measurements, i.e., measurements of local inclination and declination hand-tohand with total field intensity, which are usually obtained using a portable Overhauser magnetometer [9].
(i) A standard nuclear Overhauser effect spectroscopy pulse sequence NOESY 1Dpresat (noesygppr1d.comp; Bruker BioSpin) pulse sequence, using 32 scans, 98,304 data points, a spectral width of 30.0459 Hz, an acquisition time of 2.7 s, a relaxation delay of 4 s, and a mixing time of 0.1 s, and with water peak suppression [17], was applied to obtain a spectrum which are visible signals of metabolites and high molecular weight macromolecules (lipids and lipoproteins).
Sequential assignment was carried out using 3D TROSY-HNCO, 3D TROSY-HNCA, 3D TROSYHN(CO)CA, 3D TROSY-HNCACB, 3D TROSYHN(CO)CACB, and 3D [sup.15]N-edited NOESY (Nuclear Overhauser effect correlated spectroscopy) spectra.
Proton based Nuclear Overhauser Effect spectroscopy (NOESY) was performed to determine the molecular level interactions between the PEO and additives in dry films.
The nuclear Overhauser Effect spectroscopy (NOESY) was performed with the allylic alcohol obtained by the reduction of the corresponding ester.
The [sup.13]C{[sup.1]H}UDEFT (uniform driven equilibrium Fourier transform) sequence allowing for recording the spectra devoid of heteronuclear NOE (nuclear Overhauser effect) was carried out by Diaz-Urrutia et al.
Vos et al., "[sup.31]P MR spectroscopic imaging of the human prostate at 7 T: T1 relaxation times, Nuclear Overhauser Effect, and spectral characterization," Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, vol.