Multiple resonance

McFarlane, W. and Rycroft, D. S. (1981) Multiple resonance. In: Webb, G. A. (ed.) Nuclear Magnetic Resonance : Volume 10. Series: Specialist periodical reports (10). The Royal Society of Chemistry: London, pp. 162-187. ISBN 9780851863320 (doi: 10.1039/9781847553669-00162)

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[Introduction in lieu of Abstract] Last year's trends of developments of spin-echo and two-dimensional methods, together with many more biochemical applications, especially of the NOE, have continued. It is clear that multiple resonance methods are now commonplace in many biologically oriented laboratories, in spite of the complexity of many of the systems to which they are often applied. In particular the growing availability of high-field instruments has made possible homonuclear proton experiments that were unthought of a few years ago. There have been reviews of various aspects of multiple resonance.

Item Type:Book Sections
Additional Information:Series ISSN: 0305-9804
Keywords:NMR spectroscopy, multiple resonance.
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Rycroft, Dr David
Authors: McFarlane, W., and Rycroft, D. S.
Subjects:Q Science > QD Chemistry
College/School:College of Science and Engineering > School of Chemistry
Publisher:The Royal Society of Chemistry

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