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Detection of quadrupolar nuclei by ultrafast 2D NMR: exploring the case of deuterated analytes aligned in chiral oriented solvents

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Abstract

Anisotropic 2H ultrafast (ADUF) 2D NMR spectroscopy for studying analytes dissolved in chiral liquid crystals (CLC) is investigated for the first time and the analytical possibilities of this method are evaluated. We demonstrate that these unconventional sub-second 2D experiments are compatible with the basic gradient units (40–60 G cm−1) that are implemented in routine spectrometers and allow the recording of 2H signals of weakly aligned deuterated solutes in sub-second experimental times.

Graphical abstract: Detection of quadrupolar nuclei by ultrafast 2D NMR: exploring the case of deuterated analytes aligned in chiral oriented solvents

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Submitted
13 Nov 2015
Accepted
04 Dec 2015
First published
07 Dec 2015

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2016,52, 2122-2125
Article type
Communication
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Detection of quadrupolar nuclei by ultrafast 2D NMR: exploring the case of deuterated analytes aligned in chiral oriented solvents

P. Lesot, P. Berdagué and P. Giraudeau, Chem. Commun., 2016, 52, 2122
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC09409G

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