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School of Chemistry > Magnetic Resonance" and Year is 2018

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Field-cycling long-lived-state NMR of 15N2 spin pairs - Stuart J Elliott, Pavel Kadeřávek, Lynda J. Brown, Mohamed Sabba, Stefan Gloggler, Daniel J. O'Leary, Richard C.D. Brown, Fabien Ferrage and Malcolm H. Levitt
Type: Article | 2018

Probing the kinetics in supramolecular chemistry and molecular assembly by microfluidic-NMR spectroscopy - Hongxun Fang, Yibin Sun, Xinchang Wang, Manvendra Sharma, Zhong Chen, Xiaoyu Cao, Marcel Utz and Zhongqun Tian
Type: Article | 2018

High-resolution nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy in microfluidic droplets - William Hale, Gabriel Rossetto, Rachel Greenhalgh, Graeme Finch and Marcel Utz
Type: Article | 2018

Type: Dataset | 2018 | Institut Laue-Langevin | Item not available on this server.

Investigating the role of framework topology and accessible active sites in silicoaluminophosphates for modulating acid-catalysis - Matthew Potter, Julija Kezina, Richard Bounds, Marina Carravetta, Thomas M. Meazza and Robert Raja
Type: Article | 2018

Hyperpolarized fumarate via parahydrogen - Barbara Ripka, James Eills, Hana Kourilova, Markus Leutzsch, Malcolm H. Levitt and Kerstin Munnemann
Type: Article | 2018

Carbon capturing for sustainable polymer production: The first heterogeneous MOF catalyst for CO2 copolymerisation - Daniel Stewart, Charlotte Dwyer, Marina Carravetta, Maurizio Cossi, Ivana Miletto, Enrica Gianotti, Matthew Potter, Sumesh Raman, Charlotte Williams and Robert Raja
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2018 | Item availability restricted.

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