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Research project

Long-lived Nuclear Hyperpolarization of Methyl Groups

Project overview

This project consists of the hyperpolarization of long-lived states in methyl groups and their isotopomers. The project makes use of solution NMR and dissolution-DNP equipment.


Lead researcher

Professor Malcolm Levitt

Professor of Chemistry

Research interests

  • Magnetic Resonance
  • Endofullerenes
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Other researchers

Professor Richard Brown

Professor of Organic Chemistry
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Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs

James Eills, John W. Blanchard, Teng Wu, Christian Bengs, Julia Hollenbach, Dmitry Budker & Malcolm H. Levitt, 2019, The Journal of Chemical Physics, 150(17), 1-9
Type: article
Kirill F. Sheberstov, Alexey S. Kiryutin, Christian Bengs, Joseph T. Hill-Cousins, Lynda J. Brown, Richard C.D. Brown, Giuseppe Pileio, Malcolm H. Levitt, Alexandra V. Yurkovskaya & Konstantin L. Ivanov, 2019, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 21(11), 6087-6100
Type: article
Barbara Ripka, James Eills, Hana Kourilova, Markus Leutzsch, Malcolm H. Levitt & Kerstin Munnemann, 2018, Chemical Communications, 54, 12246-12249
Type: article
Christian Bengs & Malcolm H. Levitt, 2018, Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry, 56(6), 374-414
Type: article