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Introduction

The goal of the NMR research is to characterize physical properties of molecules, materials and nanosystems by developing and applying modern experimental and theoretical/computational magnetic resonance methods.


News:

Parahydrogen induced polarization (PHIP) using molecular tweezers, without metal-containing catalyst. See the paper in JACS and its coverage in KEMIA (in Finnish, page 2).

Perttu Lantto is the Researcher of the month (June 2013) of the Academy of Finland (in Finnish).

Optical chemical shift, the existence of which was predicted by us earlier, has now been experimentally found and verified by quantum theory. See the paper in Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters and its coverage in Chemistry World.

LuK/FM-projekteja ja kesätyöpaikkoja

Novel method for detection of biaxility in liquid crystals published in Physical Review Letters.

CSC newsflash (myös suomeksi) about the novel theory of optical detection of NMR published in Physical Review Letters. Work has also raised interest in a German (Nachrichten aus der Chemie, 58, 1100 (2010)) and a Finnish (KEMIA - KEMI, 8/2010) chemistry magazine.


News archive.


Master's degree programme in Magnetic Resonance in Materials (MRM) (Old Homepage)


Graduate School in Computational Chemistry and Molecular Spectroscopy (LASKEMO)


Graduate School in Nanoscience (NGS-NANO)


Postal address:

Department of Physics
P.O. Box 3000
FIN-90014 University of Oulu
Finland

Tel: +358-40-196 6658 (theory)
Tel: +358-294-48 1309 (experiment)
Fax: +358-8-553 1287

 

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