One- and two-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy with a diamond quantum sensor
Boss, Jens M.
Degen, Christian L.
- Working Paper
We report on Fourier spectroscopy experiments performed with near-surface nitrogen-vacancy centers in a diamond chip. By detecting the free precession of nuclear spins rather than applying a multipulse quantum sensing protocol, we are able to unambiguously identify the NMR species devoid of harmonics. We further show that by engineering different Hamiltonians during free precession, the hyperfine coupling parameters as well as the nuclear Larmor frequency can be selectively measured with high precision (here 5 digits). The protocols can be combined to demonstrate two-dimensional Fourier spectroscopy. The technique will be useful for mapping nuclear coordinates in molecules en route to imaging their atomic structure Show more
Journal / seriesarXiv
Pages / Article No.
Organisational unit03906 - Degen, Christian / Degen, Christian
NotesPublished in Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 197601 (2016).
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