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Detection of Selected Chemical Substances by Means of Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Detection of Selected Chemical Substances by Means of Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance

Originální název

Detection of Selected Chemical Substances by Means of Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Detection of Selected Chemical Substances by Means of Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance

Anglický název

Detection of Selected Chemical Substances by Means of Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Detection of Selected Chemical Substances by Means of Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance

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Originální abstrakt

Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance (NQR) is an advanced diagnostic method for the spectroscopy of solid state substances. NQR exploits the presence of the electrical quadrupole moment of the atomic nuclei of certain isotopes. A broad set of substances, both inorganic and organic, have their quadrupole resonance in the range of ones to tens of MHz. An important fact is that recognizable quadrupole resonance can be detected in the case of substances present in explosives, drugs, and medicaments. The utilization of NQR constitutes a promising perspective for non-contact, non-destructive diagnostics in chemical research, material science, and security applications. A compact experimental NQR spectrometer has been built at the DTEEE, Brno University of Technology. The spectrometer enables us to experimentally verify the impact of various functional blocks on the detection abilities. Selected chemical substances containing chlorine and nitrogen isotopes were analyzed with the spectrometer.

Anglický abstrakt

Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance (NQR) is an advanced diagnostic method for the spectroscopy of solid state substances. NQR exploits the presence of the electrical quadrupole moment of the atomic nuclei of certain isotopes. A broad set of substances, both inorganic and organic, have their quadrupole resonance in the range of ones to tens of MHz. An important fact is that recognizable quadrupole resonance can be detected in the case of substances present in explosives, drugs, and medicaments. The utilization of NQR constitutes a promising perspective for non-contact, non-destructive diagnostics in chemical research, material science, and security applications. A compact experimental NQR spectrometer has been built at the DTEEE, Brno University of Technology. The spectrometer enables us to experimentally verify the impact of various functional blocks on the detection abilities. Selected chemical substances containing chlorine and nitrogen isotopes were analyzed with the spectrometer.

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@inproceedings{BUT112005,
  author="Miloslav {Steinbauer} and Bohumil {Král} and Ivo {Fiala} and Miroslav {Staněk} and Michal {Procházka} and Pavel {Fiala} and Ján {Segiňák} and Petr {Drexler}",
  title="Detection of Selected Chemical Substances by Means of Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Detection of Selected Chemical Substances by Means of Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance",
  annote="Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance (NQR) is an advanced diagnostic method for the spectroscopy of solid state substances. NQR exploits the presence of the electrical quadrupole moment of the atomic nuclei of certain isotopes. A broad set of substances, both inorganic and organic, have their quadrupole resonance in the range of ones to tens of MHz. An important fact is that recognizable quadrupole resonance can be detected in the case of substances present in explosives, drugs, and medicaments. The utilization of NQR constitutes a promising perspective for non-contact, non-destructive diagnostics in chemical research, material science, and security applications. A compact experimental NQR spectrometer has been built at the DTEEE, Brno University of Technology. The spectrometer enables us to experimentally verify the impact of various functional blocks on the detection abilities. Selected chemical substances containing chlorine and nitrogen isotopes were analyzed with the spectrometer.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of PIERS 2014 in Guangzhou",
  chapter="112005",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2014",
  month="september",
  pages="1036--1040",
  type="conference paper"
}