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|Abstract:||Nuclear spin optical rotation (NSOR) is a recently developed technique for detection of nuclear magnetic resonance via rotation of light polarization, instead of the usual long-range magnetic fields. NSOR signals depend on hyperfine interactions with virtual optical excitations, giving new information about the nuclear chemical environment. We use a multipass optical cell to perform the first precision measurements of NSOR signals for a range of organic liquids and find clear distinction between proton signals for different compounds, in agreement with our earlier theoretical predictions. Detailed first-principles quantum mechanical NSOR calculations are found to be in agreement with the measurements.|
|Electronic Publication Date:||14-Jan-2013|
|Citation:||Shi, Junhui, Ikalainen, Suvi, Vaara, Juha, Romalis, Michael V. (2013). Observation of Optical Chemical Shift by Precision Nuclear Spin Optical Rotation Measurements and Calculations. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LETTERS, 4 (437 - 441. doi:10.1021/jz3018539|
|Pages:||437 - 441|
|Type of Material:||Journal Article|
|Journal/Proceeding Title:||JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LETTERS|
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