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Basic Principles and Applications of Solid-State NMR in Catalysis

Nuclear magnetic resonance, NMR, is a modern spectroscopic technique which has been applied in a diversity of disciplines including chemistry, biochemistry, materials science and geoscience. NMR spectroscopy is primarily concerned with interactions between isolated spin pairs. The NMR Hamiltonian operator for an isolated spin pair in an applied external magnetic field, B0, is given by (1) where represents the Zeeman interaction and represents the nuclear magnetic shielding interaction; and represent the direct dipolar and indirect nuclear spin-spin coupling interactions, respectively. The last term denotes the quadrupolar interaction for quadrupolar nuclei.

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