Accelerated Relaxation of Sensitive Nuclei for Enhancement of Signal-to-Noise with Time

@article{Homer1997AcceleratedRO,
  title={Accelerated Relaxation of Sensitive Nuclei for Enhancement of Signal-to-Noise with Time},
  author={Homer and Perry and Palfreyman},
  journal={Journal of magnetic resonance},
  year={1997},
  volume={125 1},
  pages={
          20-7
        }
}
A pulse sequence is proposed that accelerates the relaxation of sensitive nuclei through inverse polarization transfer from insensitive nuclei that have been subject to NOE during their detection: the sequence is designed to replace normal intersequence relaxation delays. Typically, for the observation of {1H}-13C, the 13C relaxes during data acquisition and is enhanced by NOE from decoupled 1H's. After data acquisition the 13C polarization can be transferred to 1H in order to step-jump… CONTINUE READING

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