Nitrogen NMR pp 79-161 | Cite as

Nitrogen-14 Nuclear Quadrupole Effects

  • J. M. Lehn
  • J. P. Kintzinger

Abstract

In the present days of high resolution NMR spectroscopy, broad spectral lines are often considered as a mere manifestation of life’s everyday embarassments. One may, however, also take up the converse opinion and consider linewidths as a new piece of information about a property of the system studied, the nuclear relaxation times, which together with chemical shifts and coupling constants† make up the main information content of a high resolution NMR spectrum. Nuclear relaxation times are characteristic time constants representing the rate of change of the longitudinal (longitudinal or spin-lattice relaxation time T 1) or of the transverse (transverse or spin-spin relaxation time T 2) components of the macrosopic nuclear magnetization. They are determined by the interactions existing within the spin-system and between the spins and the lattice.

Keywords

Correlation Time Field Gradient Molecular Motion Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Molecular Rotation 
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  • J. M. Lehn
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  • J. P. Kintzinger
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of ChemistryLouis Pasteur UniversityStrasbourgFrance

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