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NMR of Less-Sensitive Spin — 1/2 Nuclei

  • Robert R. Sharp
Part of the Progress in Analytical Chemistry book series (PAC, volume 176)

Abstract

Nearly every stable element has one or more magnetic isotopes which can, at least in principle, be observed by nuclear magnetic resonance. Only argon, among the naturally abundant representative and outer transition elements, possesses no isotope with a nuclear magnetic moment. Magnetic nuclei have properties that fall conveniently into two classes according to the magnitude of nuclear spin. Those with spins greater than one-half (shown hatched in figure 1) have nonspherical nuclear charge distributions which give rise to electric quadrupole moments. Resonances of these nuclei are generally broad, often beyond the practical limits of detection, because of the highly efficient electric quadrupole contribution to the relaxation rates. Chemically interesting information can in favorable cases be obtained from these resonances however (1–6) although the quadrupolar broadening tends to obscure chemical shift differences and spin-spin multiplet structure.

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Chemical Shift Periodic Table Heavy Nucleus Nuclear Magnetic Moment Chemical Shift Range 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Robert R. Sharp
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  1. 1.University of MichiganAnn ArborUSA

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