Continuous Flow Dynamic Nuclear Polarisation

Lead Research Organisation: University of St Andrews
Department Name: Physics and Astronomy

Abstract

Continuous Flow Dynamic Nuclear Polarisation

This project will examine new methods to rapidly polarise protons, using the Overhauser effect, in water and other liquids, in a continuous flow system. The overall goal is to make a device that will produce high flow rates of polarised liquids, to improve sensitivity for liquid-state NMR, provide extra contrast in MRI, and enable water accessibility studies in biological EPR. It will make use of the advanced EM-modelling, mm-wave and EPR hardware and facilities available at St Andrews, and seeks to significantly improve upon current state-of-the-art.

Publications

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Studentship Projects

Project Reference Relationship Related To Start End Student Name
EP/T518062/1 01/10/2020 30/09/2025
2458916 Studentship EP/T518062/1 26/09/2020 25/03/2024 Daniel Sung