Computer simulation of magnetic resonance spectra employing homotopy

Gates, K.E., Hanson, G.R. and Burrage, K. (1997). Computer simulation of magnetic resonance spectra employing homotopy. 6,052,519.


Creator Gates, K.E.
Hanson, G.R.
Burrage, K.
Patent title Computer simulation of magnetic resonance spectra employing homotopy
Date of issue 1997
Patent owner The University of Queensland
Patent number 6,052,519
Country of origin USA
Language eng
Subjects 080205 Numerical Computation
030606 Structural Chemistry and Spectroscopy
Abstract/Summary Homotopy principles are used in computer simulation of magnetic resonance spectra. Multidimensional homotopy provides an efficient method for accurately tracing energy levels, and hence transitions, in the presence of energy level anticrossings and looping transitions. The application describes the implementation of homotopy to the analysis of continuous wave electron paramagnetic resonance spectra. The method can also be applied to electron nuclear double resonance, electron spin echo envelope modulation, solid state nuclear magnetic resonance and nuclear quadrupole resonance spectra.

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Collection: Centre for Advanced Imaging Publications
 
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