|Title:||Laser-assisted magnetic resonance: principles and applications|
|Abstract:||Laser radiation can be used in various magnetic resonance experiments. This chapter discusses a number of cases, where laser light either improves the information content of conventional experiments or makes new types of experiments possible, which could not be performed with conventional means. Sensitivity is often the main reason for using light, but it also allows one to become more selective, e.g. by selecting signals only from small parts of the sample. Examples are given for NMR, NQR, and EPR spectra that use were taken with the help of coherent optical radiation.|
|Rights:||© Springer. Part of Springer Science+Business Media|
|Citation:||Suter, D.; Gutschank, J.: Laser-assisted magnetic resonance: principles and applications. In: Lecture Notes Physics. Jg. 684(2006), S. 115-141.|
|Appears in Collections:||Suter, Dieter Prof. Dr.|
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