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Research article
19 Nov 2021
Research article |  | 19 Nov 2021

Spin noise gradient echoes

Victor V. Rodin, Stephan J. Ginthör, Matthias Bechmann, Hervé Desvaux, and Norbert Müller

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We demonstrate the formation of spin noise echoes which occur after the application of opposite sign magnetic field gradients to an ensemble of spins. Exploiting this phenomenon, diffusion and spin relaxation parameters in concentrated samples can be determined from nuclear spin noise spectra acquired after tailored sequences of pulsed magnetic field gradients. These methods do not require any excitation from a radio frequency source.