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UNM team develops quantum sensor technology

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Technology could be used in medicine, defense, oil exploration

A team of researchers led by Assistant Professor Victor Acosta recently published a new paper in the journal Science Advances detailing their work in developing a quantum sensor for determining the chemical composition of trace quantities of samples.

The paper is titled Two-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy with a microfluidic diamond quantum sensor. The technology could have a big impact on numerous scientific fields, ranging from analytic chemistry to single-cell biology.

The team also includes Physics grad students Nazanin Mosavian and Nathaniel Ristoff.

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Department of Physics and Astronomy
The University of New Mexico
Physics, Astronomy, and Interdisciplinary Sciences building (PAÍS)
210 Yale NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
505-277-1520 fax