Hyperpolarized 29Si Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Selectively Radical-Embedded Silica Nanoparticles

Quy Son Luu
Quynh Thi Nguyen
Jiwon Kim
Jeunghwan Kim
Uyen Thi Do
Nicholas Whiting, Rowan University
Jeong Hyun Shim
Sun-Joon Min
Youngbok Lee


The embedding of radicals at different locations within core@shell silica nanoparticles contributes to enhanced polarization capability and can be self-polarized without adding external radicals. With grafting the radical source homogenously inside of the nanoparticles, a significant