Scavenging Free Radicals To Preserve Enhancement and Extend Relaxation Times in NMR using Dynamic Nuclear Polarization

Vitamin C for longer lifetimes: N-oxide radicals that are widely used for dynamic nuclear polarization can be reduced by scavengers such as sodium ascorbate (vitamin C) during the dissolution process, thus diminishing losses of polarization during the transfer and extending transverse and longitudinal relaxation times in NMR spectroscopy.


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Angewandte Chemie International Edition in English, 49, 6182-6185
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2010
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Wiley-Blackwell
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