Utilizing unsymmetrical indirect covariance processing to define 15N13C connectivity networks

@article{Martin2007UtilizingUI,
  title={Utilizing unsymmetrical indirect covariance processing to define 15N13C connectivity networks},
  author={Gary E. Martin and Patrick A. Irish and Bruce D. Hilton and Kirill A. Blinov and Antony J. Williams},
  journal={Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry},
  year={2007},
  volume={45}
}
There has been considerable interest over the past decade in the utilization of direct and long‐range 1H15N heteronuclear shift correlation methods at natural abundance to facilitate the elucidation of small molecule structures. Recently, there has also been a high level of interest in the exploration of indirect covariance NMR methods. Our initial explorations in this area led to the development of unsymmetrical indirect covariance methods, which allow the calculation of hyphenated 2D NMR… 

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