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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Gyroscopes



Elizabeth A. Donley


Nuclear magnetic resonance gyroscopes(NMRGs)detect rotation as shift in the Larmor precession frequency of nuclear spins. A review of the open literature on NMRGs is presented, which includes an introduction to the spectroscopic techniques that enable NMRGs and a discussion of the design details for several specific NMRGs that have been built.
Proceedings Title
2010 IEEE Sensors Conf.
Conference Dates
November 1-4, 2010
Conference Location
Waikoloa, HI


Gyroscopes, Magnetometry, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance


Donley, E. (2010), Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Gyroscopes, 2010 IEEE Sensors Conf., Waikoloa, HI (Accessed June 15, 2024)


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Created November 2, 2010, Updated February 19, 2017