Does phase cycling work for nuclei experiencing strong quadrupolar couplings?

Abstract

The question of whether the phase cycling can still be used to select coherence transfer pathways in spin systems experiencing a tilting of its eigenstates away from the Zeeman eigenstates due to strong couplings was investigated theoretically. Based on the analysis presented it is concluded that conventional phase cycling is still a valid approach for selecting a coherence transfer pathway signal, although changes in pathway efficiencies can occur as the mechanisms for excitation and detection of coherences are affected by the tilting of the eigenstates.

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@article{Grandinetti2003DoesPC, title={Does phase cycling work for nuclei experiencing strong quadrupolar couplings?}, author={Philip J. Grandinetti}, journal={Solid state nuclear magnetic resonance}, year={2003}, volume={23 1-2}, pages={1-13} }