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August 1999

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Published by American Institute of Physics. J. Chem. Physics VOLUME 111, NUMBER 7, 15 AUGUST 1999. ©1999 American Institute of Physics. Permission to use. http://jcp.aip.org/.

Abstract

Three methods for two-dimensional correlation nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy at zero field are discussed. All three involve coherence transfer via longitudinal polarization, double quantum coherence, or both in parallel. The double quantum pulse sequences exploit the spinor property of spin states. These sequences have been applied to connected Δm=1 transitions, as well as for the indirect detection of forbidden or nearly forbidden Δm.1 transitions.

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