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High Pressure NMR Studies of the Dynamics in Liquids and Complex Systems

  • J. Jonas
Part of the NMR Basic Principles and Progress book series (NMR, volume 24)

Abstract

For the last twenty years, our laboratory has been using high pressure NMR techniques to study the dynamic structure of liquids, supercritical fluids, polymers and disordered solids. After a brief introduction discussing the important reasons for using pressure as an experimental variable in NMR studies of liquids, the section on instrumentation deals with high resolution, high pressure NMR probes and other specialized high pressure NMR techniques. Several specific examples illustrate the range of applications of high resolution, high pressure NMR spectroscopy. The following two topics are covered: transport and relaxation in complex liquids and studies of dynamical solvent effects on reaction rates in solutions.

Keywords

Supercritical Fluid High Pressure Experiment Nuclear Overhauser Enhancement Model Membrane System Complex Liquid 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. Jonas
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  1. 1.Department of Chemistry, School of Chemical SciencesUniversity of IllinoisUrbanaUSA

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