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Augustine M.P, Wong-Foy A, Yarger J.L, Tomaselli M., Pines A, TonThat D.M, Clarke J.  1998.  Low field magnetic resonance images of polarized noble gases obtained with a dc superconducting quantum interference device. Applied Physics Letters. 72(15):1908-1910. PDF
Anwar M.S, Hilty C., Chu C., Bouchard L.S, Pierce K.L, Pines A.  2007.  Spin coherence transfer in chemical transformations monitored by remote detection NMR. Analytical Chemistry. 79(7):2806-2811. PDF
Anandan J., Pines A.  1989.  Non-Abelian Geometric Phase from Incomplete Quantum Measurements. Physics Letters A. 141(7):335-339. PDF
Alla M., Eckman R., Pines A.  1980.  Spin Diffusion and Spin-Lattice Relaxation of Deuterium in Rotating Solids. Chemical Physics Letters. 71(1):148-151. PDF
Ajoy A., Lv X., Druga E., Liu K., Safvati B., Morabe A., Fenton M., Nazaryan R., Patel S., Sjolander T. et al..  2019.  Wide dynamic range magnetic field cycler: Harnessing quantum control at low and high fields. Review of Scientific Instruments . 90
Ajoy A, Liu K, Lv X, Nazaryan R, .Wang G, Druga E., Reimer J, Suter D, Ramanathan C., Meriles C.A et al..  2018.  Enhanced dynamic nuclear polarization via swept microwave frequency combs. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.
Ajoy A, Liu K, Nazaryan R, Lv X, Zangara PR, Safvati B, Wang G, Arnold D, Li G, Lin A et al..  2018.  Orientation independent room-temperature optical 13C hyperpolarization in powdered diamond. Science Advances. 4(5)
Ajoy A., Bissbort U., Poletti D., Cappellaro P..  2019.  Selective decoupling and Hamiltonian engineering in dipolar spin networks. Physics Review Letters. 122(1-11)
Ajoy A., Nazaryan R., Druga E., Liu K., Han B., Oon J.T., Gierth M., Tsang R., Walton J.H., Meriles C.A. et al..  Submitted.  Realization of portable room temperature nanodiamond 13C hyperpolarizer.
Ackerman J.L, Eckman R., Pines A.  1979.  Experimental Results on Deuterium Nmr in the Solid-State by Magic Angle Sample Spinning. Chemical Physics. 42(3):423-428. PDF