Characterization of clay minerals by ttAl nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy

@inproceedings{WopssNnn2007CharacterizationOC,
  title={Characterization of clay minerals by ttAl nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy},
  author={DoN. q. Lo E. WopssNnn},
  year={2007}
}
  • DoN. q. Lo E. WopssNnn
  • Published 2007
'?7Al isotropic chemical shifts and the nuclear electric quadrupole coupling parameter (a function of both the quadrupole coupling constant and the asymmetry parameter) have been determined for a wide variety of 2: I clay minerals using magic-angle-spinning nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy at Homagnetic fields of 6.35 and 11.74 T, proton decoupling, and high-speed sample spinning (8.9 kHz at 6.35 T and 5.3 kHz at 11.74 T). The tarAl chemical shifts become progressively deshielded (more… CONTINUE READING

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