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1.1 The Bloch equations:
1.2 Quantum-mechanical treatment:
1.3 The macroscopic view:
1.4 Fourier Transform NMR:
1.9 The intensity of the NMR signal:
1.1 The magnet system:
1.3 The shim system:
1.4 The lock-system:
1.5 The transmitter/receiver system:
2. BASIC DATA ACQUISITION PARAMETER
1. ACQUISITION OF 1D SPECTRA
1.1 Calibration of pulse lengths:
1.2 Tuning the probehead:
1.3 Adjusting the bandwidth of the recorded spectrum:
1.5 Phase Correction
1.6 Zero-filling and the resolution of the spectrum
1.7 Resolution enhancement and S/N improvement
1.7.1 Exponential multiplication:
1.7.2 Lorentz-to-Gauss transformation:
1.7.3 Sine-Bell apodization:
1.8 Baseline Correction
1.9 Linear prediction:
1.1 The diamagnetic effect:
1.2 The paramagnetic term:
1.3 Chemical shift anisotropy:
1.7 Solvent effects:
1.8 Shifts due to paramagnetic species:
2.1 Direct couplings (1
2.2 Geminal couplings (2
2.3 Vicinal couplings (3
2.4 Long-range couplings:
2.6 The number of lines due to scalar spin,spin couplings:
2.7 Strong coupling:
1. RELAXATION:
1.3 The mechanisms of relaxation:
1.4 Other relaxation mechanisms:
1.4.1 Chemical shift anisotropy (CSA):
1.4.3 Quadrupolar relaxation:
1.4.5 Interaction with unpaired electrons:
1.5 The motional properties:
1.6 Excurs: The Lipari-Szabo model for motions:
1.7 The nature of the transitions:
1.8 Measurement of relaxation times:
1.1 Experiments to measure NOEs:
1.2 The steady-state NOE:
1.3 The transient NOE:
1.4 The state of the spin system and the density matrix:
1.5 The sign of the NOE:
1.7 Practical tips for NOE measurements:
1.1 Two-site exchange:
1.1.2 The slow exchange limit:
1.1.3 The intermediate case:
1.2 Investigation of exchange processes:
1.3 Determination of activation parameters:
1.2 Chemical shift precession:
1.3 Scalar spin,spin coupling:
1.4 A simple one-dimensional NMR experiment:
1.5 The effect of 180 degree pulses:
1.6 Coherence transfer:
1.7 Polarization transfer:
C polarization transfer)
1.0.1 The preparation period:
1.0.5 Hetcor and inverse-detection experiments:
1.2 An Alternative: Pulsed Field Gradients
1.3 Hybrid 2D techniques:
1.4 Overview of 2D experiments:
1.5 Original references for 2D experiments:
1.1 The chemical shift
1.2 Dipolar couplings:
1.3 Magic Angle Spinning (MAS)
1.4 Sensitivity Enhancement:
1.5 Recoupling techniques in SS-NMR:
1.6 SS-NMR of oriented samples:
1.7 Labeling strategies for solid-state NMR applications:
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