Multiple resonance

McFarlane, W. and Rycroft, D. S. (1983) Multiple resonance. In: Webb, G. A. (ed.) Nuclear Magnetic Resonance : Volume 12. Series: Specialist periodical reports (12). The Royal Society of Chemistry: London, pp. 158-187. ISBN 9780851863528 (doi: 10.1039/9781847553683-00158)

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[Introduction in lieu of Abstract] The year under review has seen the coming of age of the two-dimensional (2D) method, with numerous examples of applications to 'real' chemical problems, often using standard software provided with the spectrometers. The principal manufacturers have now provided all and sundry with the ability to create and implement new pulse sequences, with the result that there is now a real need for a computer program which can produce euphonious and apposite acronyms. There have been several reviews of importance, including one in which the 2D technique is termed '3D'. Of particular value for 2D work are an extensive review by Morris, and one by Nagayama, on its biological applications with special reference to the determination of the conformations of proteins. A long review of multiple irradiation experiments with haemoproteins also includes discussion of the 2D technique, as does a review on the n.m.r. of carbohydrates. Brief accounts have appeared of special pulse sequences on a particular instrument, and sensitivity enhancement techniques including <i>J</i>-cross polarization (JCP) and the INEPT sequence have been reviewed. The Chinese literature has an account of homonuclear INDOR.

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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