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Second, Figure 4(c) for A2 and Figure 4(f) for A3 show the quadrupole resonance; the electric field [E.sub.x] distributes nearly outside of the tube, and we could barely see the electric field inner of the tube.
Ota, "Nuclear quadrupole resonance for explosive detection," International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent System, Vol.
For the test itself, scientists envision a very sophisticated machine that will dig up a small sample of Martian soil, place it into a magnetic field, very quickly withdraw the same sample, and put it into a measurement chamber that will determine the presence of amino acid through detection of specific nitrogen 14 nuclear quadrupole resonance. If this particular resonance were detected, it would open up the possibility that some form of life could exist on Mars.
The Federal Aviation Administration uses a nuclear quadrupole resonance technology developed by the Naval Research Laboratory to detect bulk explosives.
InVision's subsidiary, Quantum Magnetics, received an aggregate award from the TSA of up to $7.5 million to pursue research and development with respect to the combination of quadrupole resonance and computed tomography technologies.
TSA granted Quantum Magnetics of InVision Technologies $1 million to integrate quadrupole resonance (QR) capability into the CTX line of EDSs.
NUCLEAR QUADRUPOLE RESONANCE STUDIES OF WEAKLY COORDINATING ANIONS OF INTEREST IN INDUSTRIAL CATALYSIS.
The technology that experts say could revolutionize mine detection is called quadrupole resonance, or QR It is a variation of the commonly used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology, which physicians rely on to diagnose patients.