Nikolay A Sergeev

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We demonstrate, both theoretically and experimentally, that two-pulse sequence (2n+1) X 90 degrees(Y) - 90 degrees(X) -Acq(t) without delay between pulses, yields the reverse of time evolution of spin system with dipolar and quadrupole interactions. This process results in refocusing of the spin magnetization into magic echo at te = t1/2 after the second(More)
We report on the first nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) study of the high-temperature nanodiamond-to-onion transformation. (1)H, (13)C NMR and EPR spectra of the initial nanodiamond samples and those annealed at 600, 700, 800 and 1800 ° C were measured. For the samples annealed at 600 to 800 ° C, our NMR data reveal(More)
The analytical solution for the Kubo-Anderson oscillator with a fluctuating frequency omega for arbitrary distribution function p(omega) has been obtained. The obtained theoretical expression has been applied to consideration of some dynamical problems of solid state NMR, namely (1) dynamical transformation of NMR line shape and spin-echo signal and (2) the(More)
The 1 H nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectra and the dipolar spin– lattice relaxation time T 1D for 1 H in the natural natrolite (Na 2 Al 2 Si 3 O 10 Á2H 2 O) have been measured in the temperature range of 190–390 K. From the temperature transformations of 1 H NMR spectra, it follows that at T [ 300 K, the diffusion of water molecules along the(More)
We report on (13)C nuclear spin-lattice relaxation time (T1) dependence on the magic-angle-spinning (MAS) rate in powder nanodiamond samples. We confirm that the relaxation is caused by interaction of nuclear spins with fluctuating electron spins of localized paramagnetic defects. It was found that T1 is practically not affected by MAS for small particles,(More)
The time evolutions of the three-pulse spin echo signals from quadrupolar nuclei (63)Cu and (53)Cr in ferromagnetic CuCr(2)S(4):Sb have been investigated at the temperature T=77K. The experimental results were well explained by the developed theory of the time evolutions of the three-pulse echoes. The main assumption of this theory is the assumption that(More)
We report on investigation of detonation nanodiamond annealed at 800C°in chlorine atmosphere by means of 1H, 13C and 35Cl nuclear magnetic resonance and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. The results of these methods are found to be consistent with each other and evidence formation of chlorine-carbon groups and sp2 carbon shell on the nanodiamond surface.(More)
A general equation for the dipolar correlation function, to be used to analyze various kinds of independent internal motions, described by some correlation times tau(cm) (m = 1,2 em...k), has been obtained. The obtained expression has been used to analyze the temperature dependencies of different NMR measured values: second moment: spin-lattice relaxation(More)
In this paper we present a simple model to calculate the Hahn-echo decay of the exchange-coupled nuclear spins in solids. Satisfactory agreement between the calculated and experimentally observed echo decay of the exchange-coupled spins of T203l and T205l isotopes in thallium chloride TlCl and thallium tantalum sulfide TlTaS(3) is obtained.
A comparative analysis of the Czjzek's and Maurer's models of the joint distribution density of NMR quadrupole parameters has been carried out in view of their application to account for spectra broadening induced by local disorder in crystals. As an example of such an application, we have considered Magic Angle Spinning NMR of 11B and 71Ga isotopes in(More)