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The curious case of acetaldehyde phenylhydrazone: resolution of a 120 year old puzzle where forms with vastly different melting points have the same structure - Carlos Bernades, Marina Carravetta, Simon J. Coles, Ernst R.H. Van Eck, Hugo Meekes, Manuel E. Minas da Piedade, Mateusz Pitak, Mike Podmore, Tobian A.H. de Ruiter, Leyla-Cann Söğütoğlu, René R. E. Steendam and Terry L. Threlfall
Type: Article | 2019

First synthesis and characterization of CH4@C60 - Sally Bloodworth, Gabriela Sitinova, Shamim Alom, Sara Vidal, George, Razvan Bacanu, Stuart J Elliott, Mark Light, Julie Herniman, G. John Langley, Malcolm H. Levitt and Richard J. Whitby
Type: Article | 2019

Integrated theoretical and empirical studies for probing substrate-framework interactions in hierarchical catalysts - Stephanie Chapman, Alexander J. O'Malley, Ivana Miletto, Marina Carravetta, Paul Cox, Enrica Gianotti, Leonardo Marchese, Stewart F. Parker and Robert Raja
Type: Article | 2019

14N overtone NMR under MAS: signal enhancement using cross-polarization methods - Maria Concistre, Ilya Kuprov, Ibraheem M. Haies, Philip Williamson and Marina Carravetta
Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

Polarization transfer via field sweeping in parahydrogen-enhanced nuclear magnetic resonance - James Eills, John W. Blanchard, Teng Wu, Christian Bengs, Julia Hollenbach, Dmitry Budker and Malcolm H. Levitt
Type: Article | 2019

High-resolution nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy with picomole sensitivity by hyperpolarisation on a chip - James Eills, William, George Hale, Manvendra Sharma, Matheus Rossetto, Malcolm H. Levitt and Marcel Utz
Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

Nuclear singlet relaxation by scalar relaxation of the second kind in the slow-fluctuation regime - S.J. Elliott, C. Bengs, L.J. Brown, J.T. Hill-Cousins, D.J. O'Leary, G. Pileio and M.H. Levitt
Type: Article | 2019

Type: Article | 2019 | Item not available on this server.

Excitation of singlet-triplet coherences in pairs of nearly-equivalent spins - Konstantin L. Ivanov, Kirill F. Sheberstov, Alexey S. Kiryutin, Alexandra V. Yurkovskaya, Malcolm H. Levitt, Giuseppe Pileio, Richard C.D. Brown and Lynda J. Brown
Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

Quantitative analysis of Q2 14N quadrupolar coupling using 1H detected 14N solid-state NMR† - James Jarvis, Maria Concistre, Ibraheem Haies, Richard Bounds, Ilya Kuprov and Marina Carravetta
Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

Long live the singlet state! - Malcolm H. Levitt
Type: Article | 2019

Dataset for Scalable Dissolution-Dynamic Nuclear Polarization with Rapid Transfer of a Polarized Solid - Benno Meier, Karel Kouril, Hana Kourilova, Malcolm H. Levitt and Samuel Bartram
Type: Dataset | 2019 | University of Southampton

Scalable dissolution-dynamic nuclear polarization with rapid transfer of a polarized solid - Benno Meier, Karel Kouril, Hana Kourilova, Malcolm H. Levitt and Samuel Bartram
Type: Article | 2019

Type: Dataset | 2019 | University of Southampton

Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

First Synthesis and Characterisation of CH4@C60 - Richard J. Whitby, Sally Bloodworth, George, Razvan Bacanu, Mark Light, Julie Herniman, Gabriela Sitinova, Shamim Alom, Sara Vidal, Stuart J Elliott, G. John Langley and Malcolm H. Levitt
Type: Dataset | 2019 | University of Southampton

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