Pulse shaping to improve performance of NMR multiple-pulse sequences: 2-D solvent-suppressed cosy of vitamin B1 in water
Grafted "narrow reject" pulse shapes, whicch were shown previously to be capable of uniformly exciting a wide range of resonance frequencies with a sharp null directly on resonance for solvent suppression, are combined to generate multiple-pulse sequences. In particular, we show that two-dimensional solvent-suppressed spectra can be obtained with such pulses. This is the first application of pulse Grafting to high-resolution, multiple-pulse NMR spectroscopy. © 1987.
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