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Aqueous Relaxation Reagents in Nitrogen-15 NMR.
Effects of Paramagnetic Relaxation Reagents on 15N Spin Relaxation and the Use of Gd(dpm)3 as a Nitrogen-15 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spin Label.
High sensitivity fourier transform NMR : intermolecular interactions between environmental toxic substances and biological macromolecules /
High Sensitivity Fourier Transform NMR.
High-Resolution Solenoid Coil Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Probe for Superconducting Magnet Spectrometers.
Interaction of Paramagnetic Relaxation Reagents with Intra- and Intermolecular Hydrogen Bonded Phenols.
Interpretation of Complex Molecular Motions in Solution. A Variable Frequency Carbon-13 Relaxation Study of Chain Segmental Motions in Poly(n-alkyl methacrylates).
Multinuclear NMR Spin Labeling Investigation of the Solution Structure of the Base Stacked Mn(+2) -AMP Complex.
Natural Abundance 13C NMR Spectroscopy of Double-Stranded DNA.
NMR spectroscopy : new methods and applications : based on a symposium jointly sponsored by the Divisions of Analytical, Organic, and Physical Chemistry at the 181st meeting of the American Chemical Society, Atlanta, Ga., March 29-April 3, 1981 /
Quantitative 15N NMR Spectroscopy.
Sensitive NMR Thermometer for Multinuclei FT NMR.
Yttrium-89 NMR: A Possible Spin Relaxation Probe for Studying Metal Ion Interactions with Organic Ligands.
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