Pushing the limits of sensitivity and resolution for natural abundance 43Ca NMR using ultra-high magnetic field (35.2 T)

Bonhomme, C. and Wang, X. and Hung, I. and Gan, Z. and Gervais, C. and Sassoye, C. and Rimsza, J. and Du, J. and Smith, M.E. and Hanna, J.V. and Sarda, S. and Gras, P. and Combes, C. and Laurencin, D. (2018) Pushing the limits of sensitivity and resolution for natural abundance 43Ca NMR using ultra-high magnetic field (35.2 T). Chemical Communications, 54 (69). pp. 9591-9594. ISSN 1359-7345

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Abstract

Natural abundance 43Ca solid state NMR experiments are reported for the first time at ultra-high magnetic field (35.2 T) on a series of Ca-(pyro)phosphate and Ca-oxalate materials, which are of biological relevance in relation to biomineralization processes and the formation of pathological calcifications. The significant gain in both sensitivity and resolution at 35.2 T leads to unprecedented insight into the structure of both crystalline and amorphous phases. © 2018 The Royal Society of Chemistry.

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Chemical Communications
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© Royal Society of Chemistry 2018
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03 Jan 2019 11:48
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