Measuring nitrogen quadrupolar coupling with 13C detected wide-line 14N NMR under magic-angle spinning.

  title={Measuring nitrogen quadrupolar coupling with 13C detected wide-line 14N NMR under magic-angle spinning.},
  author={Zhehong Gan},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  • Z. Gan
  • Published 6 February 2008
  • Physics
  • Chemical communications
A (13)C-detected (14)N wide-line NMR experiment is described for measuring nitrogen quadrupolar coupling under magic-angle spinning. 

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