Two heteronuclear dipolar results at the price of one: quantifying Na/P contacts in phosphosilicate glasses and biomimetic hydroxy-apatite.


The analysis of S{I} recoupling experiments applied to amorphous solids yields a heteronuclear second moment M(2)(S-I) that represents the effective through-space dipolar interaction between the detected S spins and the neighboring I-spin species. We show that both M(2)(S-I) and M(2)(I-S) values are readily accessible from a sole S{I} or I{S} experiment… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jmr.2014.12.002


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