Paweł Kasprzak

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Multidimensional NMR can provide unmatched spectral resolution, which is crucial when dealing with samples of biological macromolecules. The resolution, however, comes at the high price of long experimental time. Non-uniform sampling (NUS) of the evolution time domain allows to suppress this limitation by sampling only a small fraction of the data, but(More)
In this article we discuss the framework of Herman-Strohmer paper on CS-radar [4] proposing certain directions of generalizations. In particular we consider a rectangle time frequency grid of non-prime type, non-Allotop carrier signals of the length non-equal to the length of time grid, incoherent carrier and grid frequency units and the influence of 1/r(More)
Multidimensional NMR spectroscopy requires time-consuming sampling of indirect dimensions and so is usually used to study stable samples. However, dynamically changing compounds or their mixtures commonly occur in problems of natural science. Monitoring them requires the use multidimensional NMR in a time-resolved manner - in other words, a series of quick(More)
The Radon transform is a potentially powerful tool for processing the data from serial spectroscopic experiments. It makes it possible to decode the rate at which frequencies of spectral peaks shift under the effect of changing conditions, such as temperature, pH, or solvent. In this paper we show how it also improves speed and sensitivity, especially in(More)
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