Determination of Quadrupolar and Chemical Shielding Tensor Elements Using Solid State Two-Dimensional NMR Spectroscopy
The quadrupolar and chemical shift tensors, as well as the relative orientation of the two principle axis systems, are accurately determined using a two‐dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance technique. Good agreement between experimental and simulated two‐dimensional spectra is obtained for a series of rubidium and sodium compounds at multiple magnetic field strengths. Extension of this technique to correlate the quadrupolar and dipolar interactions, as well as the incorporation of a purely isotropic dimension resulting in a three‐dimensional experiment is also discussed.
Journal of Chemical Physics
DOI of Published Version
Shore, Jay S.; Wang, S. H.; Taylor, R. E.; Bell, A. T.; and Pines, A., "Determination of Quadrupolar and Chemical Shielding Tensor Elements Using Solid State Two-Dimensional NMR Spectroscopy" (1996). Chemistry and Biochemistry Faculty Publications. 95.