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Application of triple-channel C-13{H-1,F-19} NMR techniques to probe structural properties of disordered solids

Nordon, A and Harris, R K and Yeo, L and Harris, K D M (1997) Application of triple-channel C-13{H-1,F-19} NMR techniques to probe structural properties of disordered solids. Chemical Communications (21). pp. 2045-2046. ISSN 1359-7345

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Abstract

Triple-channel C-13 MAS NMR experiments are carried out to characterize intermolecular interactions in disordered molecular solids containing fluorinated n-alkanes; an approach invoking a combination of H-1 --> C-13 and F-19 --> C-13 cross-polarization experiments, with both single-channel (H-1) and double-channel (H-1,F-19) decoupling is developed to assign resonances for a given type of C-13 nucleus in different intermolecular environments.