The Lipari-Szabo Model-Free Analysis as a Method for Study of Molecular Motion in Solid State Heteronuclear Systems Using NMR Off-Resonance

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In the present work, a new method for measuring motional parameters using the off-resonance technique was described. The Lipari-Szabo model-free formalism was used to analyze molecular dynamics in a heteronuclear system [1, 2]. Cross-relaxation solid state nuclear magnetic resonance off-resonance experiments were performed on a homebuilt pulse spectrometer operating at the frequency of 30.2 MHz for protons at temperature 173 K. The proton spins were spin-locked in the effective field B→ e while 19F spins were continuously saturated for a long time. It was possible to carry out these experiments because a uniquely designed probe was able to produce three slightly differing frequencies on and off-resonance for protons and the frequency of 28.411 MHz for fluorine [3–6]. The off-resonance frequencies can be changed within the range of 30.2–30.6 MHz.

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Woźniak-Braszak, A., Jurga, K., & Baranowski, M. (2016). The Lipari-Szabo Model-Free Analysis as a Method for Study of Molecular Motion in Solid State Heteronuclear Systems Using NMR Off-Resonance. Applied Magnetic Resonance, 47(6), 567–574. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00723-016-0785-5

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