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  20 Nov 2020

20 Nov 2020

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Heteronuclear and Homonuclear Finite Pulse Radio Frequency Driven Recoupling

Evgeny Nimerovsky, Kai Xue, Kumar Tekwani Movellan, and Loren Andreas Evgeny Nimerovsky et al.
  • Department of NMR based Structural Biology, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Am Fassberg 11, Göttingen, Germany

Abstract. Homonuclear finite-pulse radio frequency driven recoupling (fp-RFDR) has been broadly used in multi-dimensional magic-angle spinning (MAS) solid-state NMR experiments over the past 20 years. The theoretical and the simulated descriptions of this method were presented during that time, resulting in an understanding of the influence of chemical shift offset, finite pulse effects, and dipolar truncation. Here we present an operator analysis of both heteronuclear and homonuclear fp-RFDR. By numerical simulation, we show which operators are involved in the longitudinal exchange for both heteronuclear and the well-known homonuclear sequences. This results in a better understanding of the influence of phase cycling of the fp-RFDR pulses, which is typically a variant of XY cycling. We investigate the heteronuclear and homonuclear fp-RFDR signals and evolution of the operators through the fp-RFDR block. We show the convergence of the evolutions of the heteronuclear and homonuclear fp-RFDR signals at even numbers of rotor periods and completely different evolution between them. We demonstrate heteronuclear 1H- 13C and 1H-15N fp-RFDR magnetization transfer using a microcrystalline SH3 sample at 100 kHz MAS.

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The demonstration of the Finite Pulse Radio Frequency Driven Recoupling experiment was firstly published over the past 20 years. Since it has become one of the used experiments. In this article we consider that experiment using other theoretical and simulated approaches with respect to the previous works. These approaches help us to understand more clearly the influence of each part of that experiment and to see how exactly the spin system is evaluated during it.
The demonstration of the Finite Pulse Radio Frequency Driven Recoupling experiment was firstly...
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