Publication detail

Heteronuclear Broad-Band Spin-Flip Decoupling with Adiabatic Pulses

STARČUK, Z. BARTUŠEK, K. STARČUK, Z.

Original Title

Heteronuclear Broad-Band Spin-Flip Decoupling with Adiabatic Pulses

English Title

Heteronuclear Broad-Band Spin-Flip Decoupling with Adiabatic Pulses

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

The application of adiabatic pulses for heteronuclear broad-band decoupling is described.It is shown that superior cyclicity can be achieved even when excitation- free intervals are inserted betwen successive pulses. Thanks to this feature, sample heating can be considerebly reduced in comparison with the standard decoupling techniques with continuous irradiation, while the benefit of low sensitivity to RF field inhomogeneity is obtained.Experimental verification on a 200 MHz spectrometer is described.

English abstract

The application of adiabatic pulses for heteronuclear broad-band decoupling is described.It is shown that superior cyclicity can be achieved even when excitation- free intervals are inserted betwen successive pulses. Thanks to this feature, sample heating can be considerebly reduced in comparison with the standard decoupling techniques with continuous irradiation, while the benefit of low sensitivity to RF field inhomogeneity is obtained.Experimental verification on a 200 MHz spectrometer is described.

Keywords

nuclear magnetic resonance, heteronuclear decoupling, specrtoscopy

Released

01.01.1994

Pages from

24

Pages to

32

Pages count

8

BibTex


@article{BUT41701,
  author="Zenon {Starčuk} and Karel {Bartušek} and Zenon {Starčuk}",
  title="Heteronuclear Broad-Band Spin-Flip Decoupling with Adiabatic Pulses",
  annote="The application of adiabatic pulses for heteronuclear broad-band decoupling is described.It is shown that superior cyclicity can be achieved even when excitation- free intervals are inserted betwen successive pulses. Thanks to this feature, sample heating can be considerebly reduced in comparison with the standard decoupling techniques with continuous irradiation, while the benefit of low sensitivity to RF field inhomogeneity is obtained.Experimental verification on a 200 MHz spectrometer is described.",
  chapter="41701",
  journal="JOURNAL OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE SERIES A",
  number="1",
  volume="107",
  year="1994",
  month="january",
  pages="24--32",
  type="journal article - other"
}