Harnessing Quantum Hyperpolarisation to Improve MRI

News   Apr 05, 2018 | Original Story from The University of Melbourne.

 
Harnessing Quantum Hyperpolarisation to Improve MRI

Schematic representation of quantum hyperpolarization. Nuclear spins with random magnetic orientation ("hot") are subjected to a controlled interaction with atomic defects in diamond which aligns (hyperpolarizes) their spins ("cold") and amplifies their magnetic signal. Credit: David Broadway, University of Melbourne.

 
 
 

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