Nuclear magnetic resonance using a spatial frequency encoding: application to J-edited spectroscopy along the sample.

@article{Giraud2010NuclearMR,
  title={Nuclear magnetic resonance using a spatial frequency encoding: application to J-edited spectroscopy along the sample.},
  author={Nicolas Giraud and Laetitia B{\'e}guin and Jacques Courtieu and Denis Merlet},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={2010},
  volume={49 20},
  pages={3481-4}
}
Nuclear magnetic resonance provides chemists with a unique insight into molecular structure and dynamics over very wide spatial and time ranges. Unfortunately, in most of the recent applications of NMR, the size of the spin networks that are investigated often remain challenging, even for spectrometers that operate at very high fields, since the overlap of signals, as well as the complexity of their multiplet structure, overwhelm the resolution of the NMR spectra. In this context, considerable… CONTINUE READING

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