Singlet NMR methodology in two-spin-1/2 systems.

@article{Pileio2017SingletNM,
  title={Singlet NMR methodology in two-spin-1/2 systems.},
  author={Giuseppe Pileio},
  journal={Progress in nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy},
  year={2017},
  volume={98-99},
  pages={
          1-19
        }
}
This paper discusses methodology developed over the past 12years in order to access and manipulate singlet order in systems comprising two coupled spin-1/2 nuclei in liquid-state nuclear magnetic resonance. Pulse sequences that are valid for different regimes are discussed, and fully analytical proofs are given using different spin dynamics techniques that include product operator methods, the single transition operator formalism, and average Hamiltonian theory. Methods used to filter singlet… CONTINUE READING
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