Rapid natural-abundance 2D 13C-13C correlation spectroscopy using dynamic nuclear polarization enhanced solid-state NMR and matrix-free sample preparation

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Abstract

Ultra-fast: Substantial solid-state NMR sensitivity can be achieved using dynamic nuclear polarization and matrix-free sample preparation (that is, absence of solvent and cryoprotectant). This method avoids line-broadening, maximizes sample filling factor, and allows natural-abundance 2D (13) C-(13) C dipolar correlation experiments to be carried out in tens of minutes. MW=microwaves.

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Takahashi, H., Lee, D., Dubois, L., Bardet, M., Hediger, S., & Depaëpe, G. (2012). Rapid natural-abundance 2D 13C-13C correlation spectroscopy using dynamic nuclear polarization enhanced solid-state NMR and matrix-free sample preparation. Angewandte Chemie - International Edition, 51(47), 11766–11769. https://doi.org/10.1002/anie.201206102

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