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Resolving and sensitising ssNMR for efficient applications towards solving molecular structures

Mardi 16 mars 2021
Publié le 16 mars 2021

​Par Paul Subhradip 


Over the last two decades, solid-state NMR (ssNMR) has taken large strides towards becoming a major analytical tool in fields encompassing energy materials, pharmaceuticals, biomolecules among many others. In this presentation, I will share my experience in the field of ssNMR starting with methodological developments towards improving resolution. The developments in ssNMR, applied in an interdisciplinary way with techniques like XRD, TEM, and DFT can solve important structures and relate them to their function as demonstrated for an isotopically labelled self-assembled organic nanotube. Coupled with sensitivity enhancing DNP, ssNMR can push the boundaries of looking into processes previously imperceptible as illustrated for systems at natural isotopic abundance, battery and/or energy materials, and catalysts. Finally, theoretical modelling based on open-quantum systems will be presented for simulating the polarisation transfer processes in the field of DNP assisted MAS ssNMR.  


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