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Theory of long-lived nuclear spin states in solution nuclear magnetic resonance. II. Singlet spin locking
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10.1063/1.3139064
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FIG. 1.

Numerical simulations of rate constants for a system of two- in inequivalent chemical sites, irradiated by an unmodulated rf field. The behavior of the long-lived state is shown in bold. The simulation parameters are , , and . (a) The difference in chemical shift frequencies is held fixed at , while the sum of the resonance frequencies is varied. (b) The sum of the two chemical shift frequencies is held fixed at , while the difference in resonance frequencies is varied.

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Contour plots of the smallest nonzero value of , with , plotted as a function of the two resonance offset frequencies and . The simulation parameters are , and . (a) Unmodulated rf irradiation (cw), with a nutation frequency ; (b) WALTZ-16 irradiation (Ref. 40) with a nutation frequency ; (c) MLEV-16 irradiation (Ref. 37) with a nutation frequency ; (d) rf field with a cosine-modulated amplitude, with a peak nutation frequency and a modulation frequency .

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FIG. 3.

Contour plot of the decay rate constant of the long-lived state as a function of the two resonance offset frequencies and , for unmodulated rf irradiation, at small values of the offset frequencies. The simulation parameters are ; , , and . (a) Numerical simulation. (b) Formula given in Eq. (48). (c) Formula given in Eq. (49).

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FIG. 4.

Numerical simulations of rate constants for a system of two- in inequivalent chemical sites irradiated by a rf field with WALTZ-16 modulation. The behavior of the long-lived state is shown in bold. The simulation parameters are , , , and . (a) The difference in chemical shift frequencies is held fixed at , while the sum of the resonance frequencies is varied. (b) The sum of the two chemical shift frequencies is held fixed at , while the difference in resonance frequencies is varied.

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FIG. 5.

Two expanded regions in Fig. 2(d) showing the rate constant for singlet decay plotted against the two resonance offset parameters for the case of cosine-modulated rf irradiation. (a) Region around the main diagonal. (b) Region around the antidiagonal.

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Scitation: Theory of long-lived nuclear spin states in solution nuclear magnetic resonance. II. Singlet spin locking
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/130/21/10.1063/1.3139064
10.1063/1.3139064
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