Little-known advantages of very high fields in NMR

Several cases are identified where high fields may lead to gains not due to enhanced Zeeman polarization and to improved dispersion: increasing transverse relaxation times, selective pulses of shorter durations, improved measurement of cross-correlation rates by selective spin-locking, and increased CSA-dipolar cross correlation. [on SciFinder (R)]


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Journal of Magnetic Resonance, Series A, 119, 2, 275-9
Year:
1996
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