Christopher P. Jaroniec

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Methods are described for the precise and accurate measurement of one-bond dipolar (13)C'-(13)C(alpha) couplings in weakly aligned proteins. The experiments are based on the principle of quantitative J correlation, where (1)J(C'C(alpha)) (or (1)J(C'C(alpha)) + 1D(C'C(alpha)) is measured from the relative intensity of two interleaved 3D TROSY-HN(CO)CA or(More)
Biomacromolecules that are challenging for the usual structural techniques can be studied with atomic resolution by solid-state NMR spectroscopy. However, the paucity of distance restraints >5 Å, traditionally derived from measurements of magnetic dipole-dipole couplings between protein nuclei, is a major bottleneck that hampers such structure elucidation(More)
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The design and synthesis of functional self-assembled nanostructures is frequently an empirical process fraught with critical knowledge gaps about atomic-level structure in these noncovalent systems. Here, we report a structural model for a semiconductor nanotube formed via the self-assembly of naphthalenediimide-lysine (NDI-Lys) building blocks determined(More)
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