Two-dimensional J-resolved and SUPERCOSY NMR experiments in the solid state

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Abstract

Two 2D experiments, novel to solid-state NMR, are demonstrated using the trimethylsilyl ester of cubic octameric silicate (Q8M8). J-Resolved13C NMR with BLEW-12 proton homonuclear decoupling reveals the scalar13C1H couplings and29Si SUPERCOSY the connectivities of silicon atoms in the distorted Q8cube. © 1992.

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Kolodzicjski, W., & Klinowski, J. (1992). Two-dimensional J-resolved and SUPERCOSY NMR experiments in the solid state. Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, 1(1), 41–44. https://doi.org/10.1016/0926-2040(92)90008-W

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