Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Spectroscopy and Its Application to Chemistry
- A. C. GilbyAffiliated withWilks Scientific Corp.
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
- Book Title
- Spectrometry of Fuels
- pp 142-157
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- Plenum Press, New York
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