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A team led by CQC2T’s Prof Lloyd Hollenberg at the University of Melbourne have demonstrated a dramatically improved electron spin resonance technique using the quantum properties of diamond.

Electron spin image of copper (II) ions in a patterned region of the diamond defined by the kangaroo. The scale bar in the image is 10 micrometers. Image credit: David Simpson

Hollenberg led an interdisciplinary team that improved the sensitivity of ESR by orders of magnitude compared to existing techniques using a non-invasive method. The technology will be used to understand biochemistry and could reveal how transition metal ions affect brain health.

Read more at Eurekalert.

Access the full paper at Nature Communications.


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