Marcio Fernando Cobo

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A specific separated-local-field NMR experiment, dubbed Dipolar-Chemical-Shift Correlation (DIPSHIFT) is frequently used to study molecular motions by probing reorientations through the changes in XH dipolar coupling and T₂. In systems where the coupling is weak or the reorientation angle is small, a recoupled variant of the DIPSHIFT experiment is applied,(More)
In this article, we evaluate the use of simple Lee-Goldburg cross-polarization (LG-CP) NMR experiments for obtaining quantitative information of molecular motion in the intermediate regime. In particular, we introduce the measurement of Hartmann-Hahn matching profiles for the assessment of heteronuclear dipolar couplings as well as dynamics as a reliable(More)
Carbon-proton dipole-dipole couplings between bonded atoms represent a popular probe of molecular dynamics in soft materials or biomolecules. Their site-resolved determination, for example, by using the popular DIPSHIFT experiment, can be challenged by spectral overlap with nonbonded carbon atoms. The problem can be solved by using very short(More)
A composed Gaussian local field is proposed to describe the effect of molecular motions on NMR signals of SIn units (e.g., CHn or NHn), based upon the well-know Anderson-Weiss (AW) approximation. The approach is exemplified on constant-time recoupled dipolar chemical-shift correlation (tC-recDIPSHIFT) experiments, providing an analytical formula that can be(More)
Staling of bread was investigated in terms of physico-chemical parameters and one (1D) and two dimensional (2D) 1H Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) relaxometry. Physico-chemical properties were consistent with those generally reported for bread staling (crumb moisture loss, decrease in frozen water content, formation of amylopectin crystals, crumb(More)
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