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2014-06-19
2016-09-30

Abstract

A novel ultrafast 2D NMR experiment is introduced for homonuclear correlation spectroscopy in solution state, with diagonal peak suppression in each scan of a two scan procedure. This experiment permits clear visualization of cross peaks between spins whose chemical shifts are very close, which could otherwise be masked by diagonal peaks. The present report describes the principles of its design and illustrates actual performance.

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