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High resolution NMR study of T1 magnetic relaxation dispersion. III. Influence of spin 1/2 hetero-nuclei on spin relaxation and polarization transfer among strongly coupled protons
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

Timing scheme of the field-cycling experiment. The cycle consists of a relaxation period at field B R during the time τ R (stage 1); switching to evolution field B int during time τ 1 (stage 2), a variable delay time τ at this field (stage 3), switching to detection field B 0 during time τ 2 (stage 4), and detection by applying an RF-pulse and recording the FID (stage 5).

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FIG. 2.

1H NMR spectrum and structure of 5-bromo-2,4-difluoroaniline (BDFA) in acidic D2O. Greek letters indicate spin sub-ensembles of the two fluorine atoms.

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FIG. 3.

NMRD of BDFA protons. Experimental data: open circles—H3 proton, filled circles—H6 protons; color relates to the spin state of the 19F atoms: black—ββ sub-ensemble (a), red—αα sub-ensemble (b), blue—βα, αβ sub-ensembles (c); simulations are shown by solid lines in the respective color.

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FIG. 4.

Energies of the spin levels of two coupled protons characterized by I z = 0 when the hetero-nuclei are in states |ββ⟩ (black) and |αα⟩ (red) (subplot a); and when they are characterized by F z = 0 (blue and green) (subplots b and c). Parameters of calculation were taken from Table I; for convenience we subtracted the large fluorine energy, E F , from the total energy. Solid and dashed lines show the energies of the protons spin states, which correspond to the high-field αH3βH6 and βH3αH6 states, respectively. Blue and green curves correspond to the energies of fluorine spin states, which go to the high-field βF2αF4 and αF2βF4 states, respectively.

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FIG. 5.

Splitting, ΔE, between pairs of coupled spin levels shown in Figure 4 when the hetero-nuclei are in states |ββ⟩ (black) and |αα⟩ (red); and in states with F z = 0 (blue and green lines). Thin solid line shows the minimal possible splitting between the levels equal to J 12 = 0.37 Hz. Color coding of the 19F spin states is the same as in Fig. 4.

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FIG. 6.

Calculated NMRD curves for BDFA protons in the absence (a) and in the presence (b) of 19F spin relaxation; dashed lines—H3 proton, solid lines—H6 protons; color indicates the spin state of 19F atoms: black—ββ sub-ensemble, blue—βα, αβ sub-ensembles, red—αα sub-ensemble. Parameters of calculation were taken from Table I.

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FIG. 7.

Kinetics of polarization transfer of BDFA protons at 0.1 mT (a) and 85 mT (b) after a selective inversion of H3 proton magnetization at B R = 7 T. Polarization is normalized to the largest value. Open circles —H3 proton, filled circles—H6 proton; color indicates spin state of the fluorine atoms in the same way as in Figure 3: |ββ⟩ (black), |αα⟩ (red), and |αβ⟩ or |βα⟩ (blue). Simulations are shown as solid lines with corresponding color.

Tables

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Table I.

NMR parameters of 5-bromo-2,4-difluoroaniline.

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Scitation: High resolution NMR study of T1 magnetic relaxation dispersion. III. Influence of spin 1/2 hetero-nuclei on spin relaxation and polarization transfer among strongly coupled protons
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/137/9/10.1063/1.4746780
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