Mapping molecular perturbations by a new form of two-dimensional spectroscopy.


We propose a new general form of two-dimensional spectroscopy where the indirect "evolution" dimension is derived using the Radon transform. This idea is applicable to several types of spectroscopy but is illustrated here for the case of NMR spectroscopy. This "projection spectroscopy" displays characteristic correlation peaks that highlight perturbations… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/ja310107e


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