Sensitivity losses and line shape modifications due to molecular diffusion in continuous encoding ultrafast 2D NMR experiments.

@article{Giraudeau2008SensitivityLA,
  title={Sensitivity losses and line shape modifications due to molecular diffusion in continuous encoding ultrafast 2D NMR experiments.},
  author={Patrick Giraudeau and Serge Akoka},
  journal={Journal of magnetic resonance},
  year={2008},
  volume={195 1},
  pages={9-16}
}
Recent ultrafast techniques make it possible to obtain multidimensional (nD) NMR spectra in a single scan. These ultrafast methods rely on a spatial encoding process based on radiofrequency (RF) pulses applied simultaneously with magnetic field gradients. Numerous approaches have been proposed in the past few years to perform this excitation process, most of them relying on a continuous excitation of the spins throughout the whole sample. However, the resolution and sensitivity of ultrafast nD… CONTINUE READING