Two-dimensional chemical-shift anisotropy correlation spectroscopy. Measurements in complex single crystals

@inproceedings{Carter1987TwodimensionalCA,
  title={Two-dimensional chemical-shift anisotropy correlation spectroscopy. Measurements in complex single crystals},
  author={Carl M. Carter and Donald W. Alderman and David M. Grant},
  year={1987}
}
Abstract The 2D chemical-shift anisotropy correlation technique is applied to the measurement of tensors in a complex solid. It is shown how four 45° flip spectra at 45° intervals completely determine the single crystal rotation pattern when rotating the sample about an axis perpendicular to the magnetic field. Chemical-shift principal values for the nine inequivalent carbons in solid 1,3,5-trimethoxybenzene measured by both 1D and 2D techniques are reported and compared.