Improving solvent suppression in jump-return NOESY experiments.


The problems associated with solvent suppression in jump-return NOESY spectra and in particular the difficulties experienced with using short mixing times are examined. It is shown that the degree of water suppression depends critically on the extent of radiation damping of the water magnetisation during the mixing time of the NOESY sequence. A new jump-return NOESY sequence is proposed which incorporates field gradients and which achieves good levels of water suppression for all values of the mixing time, and for all increments of the NOESY experiment.

DOI: 10.1007/BF00398410

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@article{Stonehouse1994ImprovingSS, title={Improving solvent suppression in jump-return NOESY experiments.}, author={Jeffrey P Stonehouse and Gregory L. Shaw and Jeffrey Keeler}, journal={Journal of biomolecular NMR}, year={1994}, volume={4 6}, pages={799-805} }