Solid-State NMR in High and Very High Magnetic Fields
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This contribution grew out of a seminar held in Grenoble in September ’86 on the prospects of the construction of a 1-GHz NMR spectrometer whose crucial component is, of course, the magnet which is planned to generate a field of 23.4 Tesla. My part in this seminar was, as it is in this volume, to consider solid-state NMR in fields currently classified as “high” as well as to explore the impact the availability of a 23.4-Tesla field would possibly have on this branch of NMR spectroscopy. Naturally I shall not restrict myself to proton NMR to which the frequency of 1 GHz applies but shall keep an eye on the NMR of other nuclei as well. What follows is not intended to be a review of solid-state NMR as such, or of solid-state NMR methodology. Such reviews with extensive lists of references have appeared in the literature in various places [1–4].
KeywordsElectric Field Gradient Larmor Frequency Chemical Shift Anisotropy Powder Spectrum Isotropic Chemical Shift
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