Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Spectroscopy and Its Application to Chemistry
- A. C. Gilby
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For a sample to absorb radiofrequency power due to nuclear quadrupole resonance, the following basic criteria must be satisfied:
The sample must contain nuclei with an electric quadrupole moment.
These quadrupolar nuclei must be situated in an electric field gradient—usually the result of neighboring atoms in a molecule.
The sample must be in the solid state—liquids or gases must be frozen.
For a signal to be observed in practice, the sample must be at least partly crystalline.
- Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Spectroscopy and Its Application to Chemistry
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- Spectrometry of Fuels
- pp 142-157
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