Many of us could name a handful of Spanish varieties quite easily, like Tempranillo, Garnacha, Monastrell, but cross the border and other than Touriga Nacional most of us would be making the nuclear spin
tomograph light up like a Christmas tree.
Instead, as originally intended, (3) he enthusiastically pursued an untrodden realm, optical spectroscopy for nuclear structure study that resulted in valuable observations (1) by which Pauli was inspired to assume nuclear spin
When the sample was held at this cryogenic temperature, the nuclear spins
of about 37 percent of the ions - a typical benchmark to measure quantum coherence - remained in their superposition state for three hours.
The nuclear spins
of the 10 billion or so phosphorus ions used in this experiment were all placed in the same quantum state.
Using this characteristics, the joint research group has produced and detected entanglement between two quantum bits by treating the nuclear spin
of a phosphorus atom as one quantum bit and the captured electron's spin as another quantum bit.
Perturbed magnetization and its recovery (relaxation) to the equilibrium state can be detected and information on the nuclear spin
environment of the sample or tissue can be obtained.
According to NMR theory, the nuclear spin
relaxation rates of
Neutrons will be polarized using a nuclear spin
polarized helium-3 transmission cell.
14]N nucleus of the nitroxide group with nuclear spin
The application of characterization methods using nuclear spin
spectroscopy (NMR) for:
An atom's spin, like its charge, is an intrinsic property of atomic nuclei, and the PICO bubble chamber exploits that fact by using a fluid component - fluoride - with a relatively large nuclear spin
An atomic nucleus consists of both protons and neutrons, and the advantage of using the nuclear spin
as a qubit is that the nucleus is well protected, and nearly impervious to unwanted electromagnetic disturbance, which is a condition for keeping the sensitive information in the qubit intact.