Apr 26, 2002· Techniques of solid state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy are constantly being extended to a more diverse range of materials, pressing into service an ever-expanding range of nuclides including some previously considered too intractable to provide usable results. At the same time, new developments in both hardware and software are being introduced and refined.

Carton-13 and phosphorus-31 n.rn.r. spectra have been obtained for a number of tetra-alkyldiphosphanes and tetra-alkyldithioxodi-λ-phosphanes of general formulae (RRP) and [RR(S)] respectively. Some analogous compounds with phenyl substituents have also been studied. Satellite resonances in P resonance due to W.-co

In this chapter, techniques and application of multinuclear (1H, 13C, and 31P) in vivo magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) for the assessment of skeletal muscle metabolism in health and disease are described. Studies focusing on glucose transport and utilization, lipid storage and consumption, handling of energy rich phosphates, and measurements of newly emerging noninvasive biomarkers, …

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tensively for trap design in multinuclear imaging and spec-troscopy.1–10 One disadvantage of this approach is that the reactance of the circuit is positive at the (lower) X freLC - quency, introducing an inductive component that potentially reduces X coil symmetry. To address this problem, a second

Mononuclear half-sandwich rhodium complexes containing phenylchalcogenolato ligands: a multinuclear (1H, 13C, 31P, 77Se, 103Rh, 125Te) magnetic resonance study. Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 1999. Max Herberhold. Download with Google Download with Facebook or download with email.

Multinuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and imaging require a radiofrequency probe capable of transmitting and receiving at the proton and non-proton frequencies. To minimize coupling between probe elements tuned to different frequencies, LC (inductor-capacitor) traps blocking current at the 1 H frequency can be inserted in non-proton ...

Research. Our research interests are in developing novel magnetic resonance (MR) pulse sequences and strategies for non-invasive measurement of physiological and functional parameters in pathologies such as arthritis, tumors and Alzheimer's disease. Below is a description of some of these investigations.

Multinuclear solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance studies on transition- metal clusters containing hydrides * Taro Eguchi," Brian T. Heaton,b Rachel Harding,b Kei Miyagi," Giuliano Longoni ...

Multiparametric and multinuclear magnetic resonance imaging of human breast cancer: Current applications. Michael Jacobs, Ronald Ouwerkerk, Antonio C Wolff, Vered Stearns, Paul A Bottomley, Peter B Barker, Pedram Argani, Nagi Fouad Khouri, Nancy …

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a medical imaging technic that uses strong magnetic fields and radio waves to generate images of organs in the body. MRI relies on nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and does not involve ionizing radiations, which makes its use a better choice than other technics such as X-rays or positron-emission tomography.

We present a multinuclear nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and density functional theory (DFT) study of electrolyte solutions based on organometallic complexes with aromatic ligands. These solutions constitute a unique electrolyte family possessing a wide electrochemical window, making them suitable for rechargeable magnesium batteries. In our previous study we identified equilibrium species ...

The exploration of novel imaging methods that have the potential to improve specificity for the identification of malignancy is still critically needed in breast imaging. Changes in physiologic alterations of soft tissue water associated with breast cancer can be visualized by magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. However, it is unlikely that a single MR parameter can characterize the complexity of ...

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a medical imaging technique used in radiology to form pictures of the anatomy and the physiological processes of the body in both health and disease. MRI scanners use strong magnetic fields, magnetic field gradients, and radio waves to generate images of the organs in the body. MRI does not involve X-rays or the use of ionizing radiation, which distinguishes ...

In previous work from this laboratory (I), multinuclear magnetic resonance was used to characterize several new species of the type Sn(EPh)4-x(E'Ph)x (E, E' = S, Se, Te). The probe nuclei were ll9sn, 77Se, and 125Te,4 and equilibrium mixtures of the species with mixed phenylchalcogenates were

Magnetic resonance is currently a commonly applied imaging method, making it possible to obtain considerable image resolution. A necessary pre-condition for its applicability is the presence of a sufficient amount of water in the analysed material.

Sep 30, 2018· Multinuclear magnetic resonance investigation of cation-anion and anion-solvent interactions in carbonate electrolytes. Author links open overlay panel Jing Peng a b Mallory Gobet a Matthew Devany c Kang Xu d Arthur von Wald Cresce d Oleg Borodin d …

The magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or nuclear magnetic resonance imaging (NMRI) technique is primarily used in radiology to visualize the internal parts of the body. It provides clear images, through multinuclear imaging, of the body organs that is difficult to find …

title = "Multinuclear in situ magnetic resonance imaging of electrochemical double-layer capacitors", abstract = "The last decade has seen an intensified interest in the development and use of electrochemical double-layer capacitors, fuelled by the availability of new electrode materials.

The field of nuclear magnetic resonance has experienced a number of spectacular developments during the last decade. Fourier transform methodology revolutionized signal acquisition capabilities. Superconducting magnets enhanced sensitivity and produced considerable improvement in spectral

Multinuclear in situ magnetic resonance imaging of electrochemical double-layer capacitors. Andrew J. Ilott 1. n4, Nicole M. Trease 2. n4, Clare P. Grey 2, 3 & Alexej Jerschow 1.

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is a physical phenomenon in which nuclei in a strong static magnetic field are perturbed by a weak oscillating magnetic field (in the near field and therefore not involving electromagnetic waves) and respond by producing an electromagnetic signal with a frequency characteristic of the magnetic field at the nucleus.This process occurs near resonance, when the ...

Figure 1. 115In QCPMG NMR spectra at 21.14 Tand analytic simu- lations including (red) and excluding (blue) In chemical shift aniso- Herein, a multinuclear solid-state magnetic resonance study tropy (CSA) for static samples of (A) IntBu and (B) IniPr.

Multinuclear magnetic resonance imaging of solids 583 III. Multinuclear magnetic resonance imaging of transport processes 585 IV. Magnetic resonance imaging of chemical reactions 588 V. Conclusion 595 Russian Chemical Reviews 76 (6) 583–598 (2007) # …

An NMR investigation of methylammonium lead iodide, the leading member of the hybrid organic–inorganic perovskite class of materials, and of its putative decomposition products as a result of exposure to heat and humidity, has been undertaken. We show that the 207Pb NMR spectra of the compound of interest and of the proposed lead-containing decomposition products, …

Nuclear magnetic resonances of 7Li, 23Na and 133Cs nuclei were used to study the lithium, sodium and caesium ion complexes with N-phenyl-aza-15-crown-5 (PhA15C5) in nitromethane (NM), acetonitrile (AN) and AN–NM mixture solutions. The chemical shift data indicated that these cations form 1 : 1 cation : ligand complexes with PhA15C5.

The history of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is one of the most important, fascinating, intellectually satisfying, and, as if all that were not enough, humanly relevant in all of science. Begun by physicists, soon preempted by chemists, then