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Acronyms and Abbreviations in Molecular Spectroscopy: An by Detlef A.W. Wendisch

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12. Bloch F (1946) Phys. Rev. 70: 460 Wangsness R, Bloch F (1953) Phys. Rev. 89: 728 Bloch F (1956) Phys. Rev. 102: 104 Giinther H (1980) NMR spectroscopy. An introduction, appendix no. 8, John Wiley, Chichester/UK Binsch G (1968) In: Allinger NL, Eliel EL (eds) Topics in Stereochemistry, vol3,lnterscience, New York Sack RA (1958) Mol. Phys. 1: 163 Torrey HC (1949) Phys. Rev. 76: 1059 Hahn EL (1950) Phys. Rev. 77: 297 Hahn EL (1950) Phys. Rev. 80: 580 Yan H, Chen B, Gore JC (1987) J. Magn. Reson.

Magn. Reson. 67: 519 BR-24 and -52 are the abbreviations of a 24- and 52- multi-pulse sequence introduced by Burum and Rhin [1] for dipolar decoupling in nuclear magnetic resonance (see NMR) of solid-state samples. For comparison see: MREV-8 and BLEW-12 and -48 in this dictionary. Reference 1. Burum DP, Rhin WK (1979) J. Chern. Phys. 71: 944 broadband-INEPT Abbreviation of a new INEPT experiment in nuclear magnetic resonance This new method is shown, both by theory and experiment, to have a sensitivity advantage over the normal INEPT sequence (see INEPT) in a variety of applications [1].

Chern. Phys. 83: 2775 Lurie D1 (1985) Magn. Reson. Imaging 3: 235 13. Lurie D1 (1986) 1. Magn. Reson. 70: 11 14. Sanctuary BC, Cole HBR (1987) 1. Magn. Reson. 71: 106 15. Shaka A1, Pines A (1987) 1. Magn. Reson. W. Provencher [1,2]. This is a generalized program capable of solving equations such as Eq. (1). Trnax Yk= S Fk(t k, T)S(T)dT+J3+ek (1) Tmin where Yk is the input data measured at times t k, F k is a known function (the socalled kernel), J3 corresponds to a constant baseline term, and S itself is the solution to be calculated.

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