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|Title:||Improving the sensitivity of FESTA methods for the analysis of fluorinated mixtures|
|Abstract:||The analysis of complex mixtures is an important but often intractable problem. When species contain sparse fluorine atoms, NMR spectra of fluorine-containing spin systems can be efficiently extracted from an intact mixture using the recently proposed FESTA (Fluorine-Edited Selective TOCSY Acquisition) methodology. Here an alternative approach to the existing selective reverse INEPT FESTA (SRI-FESTA) experiment is described, based on the use of a modulated spin echo for the initial excitation. MODO-FESTA (modulated echo FESTA) is simpler and has a significant sensitivity advantage over SRI-FESTA. Comparisons are presented of the relative sensitivity and spectral purity of the two types of methods|
|Editor:||American Chemical Society|
|Appears in Collections:||IQ - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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