High-Resolution, Solid State NMR.
Interim technical rept.,
CALIFORNIA INST OF TECH PASADENA DIV OF CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
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A review of the experimental capabilities presently available for the modification of spin Hamiltonians normally encountered in solids has been presented to illustrate the control the still-developing high-resolution, solid state NMR techniques furnish. Examples have been discussed to furnish insight into how such schemes can be used to control the time developemnt of a nuclear spin system to allow a detailed characterization of both the electronic and molecular-frame structure near a nuclear site. While the examples specifically discussed have been chosen from areas of current activity, they are only examples of present efforts, and future developments in this field will undoubtedly furnish many more such examples since the concepts upon which these techniques are based are quite general, and there exists great flexibility for the development of specific experimental schemes for a given problem. Author
- Solid State Physics