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Design and synthesis of molecules supporting long-lived spin order

Design and synthesis of molecules supporting long-lived spin order
Design and synthesis of molecules supporting long-lived spin order

Advances in research in the field of extended nuclear singlet lifetimes have been made possible by effective collaboration between synthetic chemists and NMR specialists. The synthesis of different classes of isotopically labelled molecules that have been shown to support long-lived singlet states from minutes to over one hour is described. These molecules have been designed according to criteria developed to provide access to the singlet state whilst attenuating the rate of relaxation. Utilising synthetic routes optimised using relatively less costly unlabelled analogues, the challenges of specific incorporation of stable isotopes in precise positions and in high yields have been overcome.

2044-253X
22
95-112
Royal Society of Chemistry
Brown, Lynda J.
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Pileio, Giuseppe
Brown, Lynda J.
75aa95fa-5d27-46a7-9dbe-0f465a664f5b
Pileio, Giuseppe

Brown, Lynda J. (2020) Design and synthesis of molecules supporting long-lived spin order. In, Pileio, Giuseppe (ed.) Long-lived Nuclear Spin Order: Theory and Applications. (HASH(0xd1af1c0), 22, 2020-January) 22 ed. Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 95-112. (doi:10.1039/9781788019972-00093).

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Advances in research in the field of extended nuclear singlet lifetimes have been made possible by effective collaboration between synthetic chemists and NMR specialists. The synthesis of different classes of isotopically labelled molecules that have been shown to support long-lived singlet states from minutes to over one hour is described. These molecules have been designed according to criteria developed to provide access to the singlet state whilst attenuating the rate of relaxation. Utilising synthetic routes optimised using relatively less costly unlabelled analogues, the challenges of specific incorporation of stable isotopes in precise positions and in high yields have been overcome.

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Published date: 15 April 2020

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Local EPrints ID: 445101
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/445101
ISSN: 2044-253X
PURE UUID: e84576f5-c868-44e3-b59f-914b45f4b419
ORCID for Lynda J. Brown: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-5678-0814

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Date deposited: 19 Nov 2020 17:32
Last modified: 28 Apr 2022 01:43

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Author: Lynda J. Brown ORCID iD
Editor: Giuseppe Pileio

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