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NMR diffusion and relaxation correlation methods: New insights in heterogeneous materials

Bernin, Diana and Topgaard, Daniel LU (2013) In Current Opinion in Colloid & Interface Science 18(3). p.166-172
Abstract
Heterogeneous materials, such as biological tissues, foodstuffs, and rocks, contain a range of microscopic environments where the molecular constituents often have different NMR relaxation time constants and self-diffusion coefficients. Multidimensional correlation methods have greatly improved the possibility for separating and assigning the NMR responses from distinct environments, thereby allowing for a more complete characterization of structure, dynamics, and molecular exchange in heterogeneous materials. Here, we review recent developments in experimental methodology and data analysis approaches. (C) 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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Nuclear magnetic resonance, Relaxation, Self-diffusion, Correlation, Separation, Molecular exchange, Multidimensional, Inverse Laplace, transformation, Confinement, Anisotropy
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Current Opinion in Colloid & Interface Science
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18
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3
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166 - 172
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1359-0294
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10.1016/j.cocis.2013.03.007
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English
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